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The Harrows of Spring Audiobook Summary

From the renowned social critic, energy expert, and bestselling author James Howard Kunstler, The Harrows of Spring concludes the quartet of his extraordinary World Made by Hand novels, set in an American future of economic and political collapse, where electricity, automobiles, and the familiar social structures of the “old times” are a misty memory.

In the little upstate New York town of Union Grove, springtime is a most difficult season, known as “the six weeks want,” when fresh food is scarce and winter stores have dwindled. Young Daniel Earle returns from his haunting travels around what is left of the United States intent on resurrecting the town newspaper. He is also recruited by the town trustees to help revive the Hudson River trade route shut down peevishly by the local grandee, planter Stephen Bullock. Meanwhile, a menacing gang of Social Justice Warriors styling themselves as agents of the Berkshire People’s Republic appear one evening to camp on the outskirts of town. Their leaders are the imposing Amazonian beauty Flame Aurora Greengrass and the charismatic grifter Sylvester “Buddy” Goodfriend, progressive to a fault in their politics and intent on extracting whatever tribute they can from people of Union Grove.

Romance, politics, bunko, violence, and family tragedy swirl through the thrilling finale to Kunstler’s bestselling series. The Harrows of Spring is a powerful, heart-wrenching, and satisfying conclusion to this poignant history of the future.

The Harrows of Spring Audiobook Narrator

Jim Meskimen is the narrator of The Harrows of Spring audiobook that was written by James Howard Kunstler

Jim Meskimen is a stage, film, and television actor who has appeared in many well-known movies and television shows. He acted in Apollo 13 and Frost/Nixon for director Ron Howard, both of which were nominated for Best Picture Oscars. His television appearances include The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Friends, Lie to Me, Criminal Minds, and Parks and Recreation. He is also a painter, award-winning audiobook narrator, and audiobook director for Galaxy Audio.

About the Author(s) of The Harrows of Spring

James Howard Kunstler is the author of The Harrows of Spring

James Howard Kunstler was born in New York City in 1948. He is the author of several books of fiction and nonfiction, including the bestseller The Long Emergency. After college he worked as a reporter and feature writer for a number of newspapers and finally as a staff writer for Rolling Stone. In 1975 he began writing books and lecturing full time.

The Harrows of Spring Full Details

NarratorJim Meskimen
Length10 hours and 32 minutes
AuthorJames Howard Kunstler
PublisherBlackstone Publishing
Release dateJuly 05, 2016
ISBN9781504738989

Subjects

According to Blackstone Publishing, the Publisher of The Harrows of Spring Audiobook, The Harrows of Spring includes the following subjects: upstate new york, new york, new york state, union grove, future, spring, springtime, famine, hudson river, albany, stephen bullock, antiestablishment, liberals, insurrection, survival, humanity The BISAC Subject Code is

Additional info

The imprint is Blackstone Publishing. It is supplied by Blackstone Publishing. The ISBN-10 is 1504738985. The ISBN-13 is 9781504738989.

Global Availability

This book is only available in the United States.

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