Book summary: And Then There'll Be Fireworks

1981 BY SUZETTE HADEN ELGIN

The conclusion of the Ozark Trilogy is a wee bit daft, like the rest of the series, but it begins on a seriously dark note. The Travellers, the dour, black-clad "fundamentalists" of the Planet Ozark, having now successfully isolated themselves from the rest of the world, have gone seriously Hillbilly-Taliban, and the book opens with them whipping a ten-year-old girl to death.

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