Hollow Earth

TitleHollow Earth
Year for Search2019
AuthorsKinsella, John(b. 1963)
Pagination268 pp.
Date Published2019
PublisherMelbourne, Vic, Australia
Place PublishedTransit Lounge Publishing
ISBN Number978-1-925760-27-9
KeywordsAustralian author, Male author
Annotation

The novel concerns the search for and discovery of the Hollow Earth by a disaffected young man and his return to the surface with two people from their and their adventures while searching for a way back. The Hollow Earth is something of a eutopia, with no violence or persecution, no patriotism, vegetarian, with areas left for foraging, no racism, but do have some bigotries. The author frequently quotes from William R. Bradshaw’s, The Goddess of Atvatabar (1892).

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(b. 1967)

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2019 Kinsella, John (b. 1963). Hollow Earth. Melbourne, Vic, Australia: Turner Lounge Publishing. 268 pp. PSt

The novel concerns the search for and discovery of the Hollow Earth by a disaffected young man and his return to the surface with two people from their and their adventures while searching for a way back. The Hollow Earth is something of a eutopia, with no violence or persecution, no patriotism, vegetarian, with areas left for foraging, no racism, but do have some bigotries. The author frequently quotes from William R. Bradshaw’s, The Goddess of Atvatabar (1892). Australian author.