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The Ashwood trilogy ends three decades after failure of the global economy. The big question is answered. If world leaders had the opportunity to build from scratch, what would happen? At the half point of the twenty-first century, corporate spinners say: ''The vote of a shareholder is a commitment to building a better world, while the vote of a citizen is an uneducated guess.''
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About the Author
Cynthia Kraack lives in Minnesota. She is the author of Ashwood, Harvesting Ashwood: Minnesota 2037, and Minnesota Cold, winner of the 2009 Northeastern Minnesota Book Award for Fiction. She completed a M.F.A. through the University of Southern Maine’s Stonecoast Program in Creative Writing and holds degrees from the University of Minnesota and Marquette University.
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author of The Last Incantations: Poem and Famous Suicides of the Japanese Empire - David Mura
"A vision of the future that is familiar and chilling."
author of Undone, Mouth to Mouth, and Green Girls - Michael Kimball
"Richly imaginative and generously plotted."
author of Girl Held in Home and Celebrities in Disgrace - Elizabeth Searle
"With Anne Hartford, Kraack gives us a vivid and resilient heroine for our troubled times and beyond."