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Walking to Mercury

A novel on an eco-feminist, crusading for a better environment. She is Maya Greenwood, 38, and the novel describes her early lesbianism and drug taking, before she finds her vocation, building a people's park in San Francisco and protesting a nuclear test site in Nevada. By the author of The Fifth Sacred Thing.

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  • "In The Fifth Sacred Thing,The Fifth Sacred Thing From the Trade Paperback edition."
  • "Follows the story of the life of rebel leader Maya Greenwood, from her twentieth-century pilgrimage to Nepal to her union with her soul sister Johanna and the impulsive Rio Connolly."
  • "A novel on an eco-feminist, crusading for a better environment. She is Maya Greenwood, 38, and the novel describes her early lesbianism and drug taking, before she finds her vocation, building a people's park in San Francisco and protesting a nuclear test site in Nevada. By the author of The Fifth Sacred Thing."@en
  • "A novel on an eco-feminist, crusading for a better environment. She is Maya Greenwood, 38, and the novel describes her early lesbianism and drug taking, before she finds her vocation, building a people's park in San Francisco and protesting a nuclear test site in Nevada. By the author of The Fifth Sacred Thing."

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  • "Epistolary fiction"@en
  • "Epistolary fiction"
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Psychological fiction"@en
  • "Psychological fiction"

http://schema.org/name

  • "Walking to Mercury : a visionary novel"
  • "Walking to Mercury"
  • "Walking to Mercury"@en