Common sense or catastrophe fiction? 50 days to save the world A Gordon Brown adventure
WHEN I was a teenager (I can just about remember that far back) there was a sort of genre of popular literature, perhaps best classified as a branch of science fiction, which inclined towards catastrophe. Not just any old catastrophe — it would invariably portray a contemporary England, overwhelmed by frightful disasters and external menace.
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