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A Novel

by Edward O. Wilson

Anthill by Edward O. Wilson X
Anthill by Edward O. Wilson
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  • First Published:
    Apr 2010, 378 pages
    Apr 2011, 384 pages

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Deby Coley

This coming of age tale grabs you from page one and will not turn you loose until the last page. Not only will the reader find himself mesmerized by the activity of the ants, but it's message acts as a cautionary tale for today's reader. A short story is defined as that which can be read in one sitting; ANTHILL is a 378 page short story!
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