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The inhabitants of Collier, Ga., are watching a fireworks display when something falls from the sky that changes their lives forever. Cut off from communication with the world and mourning the loss of dozens of people, the townsfolk summon the courage to face top-secret government forces, alien visitors and the constant threat of imprisonment and death in James A. Moore's (Under the Overtree) Fireworks. Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.

Library Journal
On the Fourth of July, the town of Collier, GA, changes forever as an unidentified object from space crashes into a nearby lake. This cataclysmic event, however, only heralds the beginning of bigger disasters, as the town's residents are taken hostage by their own government in the interest of national security. This latest novel by the author of Under the Overtree depicts the eerie aftermath of an alien visitation and government occupation in chillingly graphic detail. Not for the squeamish, this belongs in most horror or sf collections. Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.

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