By Ruth Ozeki
A hot and witty saga approximately agribusiness, environmental activism, and communityfrom the prestigious writer of My 12 months of Meats and A story for the Time Being
Yumi Fuller hasn’t set foot in her place of birth of Liberty Falls, Idahoheart of the potato-farming industrysince she ran away at age fifteen. Twenty-five years later, the prodigal daughter returns to confront her loss of life mom and dad, her ally, and her conflicted prior, and unearths herself stuck up in an altogether new drama. The post-millennial farming group has been invaded by means of Agribusiness forces at conflict with a posse of activists, the Seeds of Resistance, who shuttle the rustic in a camping out motor vehicle, The Spudnick,” biofueled through pilfered McDonald’s french-fry oil. Following her commonly hailed, award-winning debut novel, My 12 months of Meats, Ruth Ozeki returns the following to convey a unusual solid of characters and a wickedly funny appreciation of the foibles of company lifestyles, globalization, political resistance, adolescence tradition, and getting older child boomers.
All Over production tells a celebratory story of the great thing about seeds, roots, and growthand the potential for renewal that is living inside of us all.
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All Over Creation by Ruth Ozeki