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Portuguese novelist Jose Saramago's spellbinding tale begins when an unnamed man in an unnamed city is suddenly struck blind. In the days that follow, everyone he comes in contact with comes down with the mysterious condition. As the blindness spreads to epidemic proportions, the government responds by isolating the infected in an abandoned mental hospital where social conditions quickly deteriorate.
Publisher: North Kingstown [R.I.] : BBC Audiobooks America, 2008.
ISBN: 9780792756026
Additional Contributors: Davis, Jonathan


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Mar 12, 2015

I despised the movie - and sadly, because of that, I simply couldn’t make it through the book.

JCLMelodyMK Jun 24, 2013

This was a very good read. Listening to it made it better in my opinion. The reader took me back to the old "Twilight Zone" tv series by his manner of reading and the narrative style the book is written in. Very thought provoking and had a pretty good ending.

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