|2600 AD - Scattered remnants of civilization smolder in the atomic ashes of an earlier century. In the wasteland of old America's desert southwest, the monks of the Order of St. Leibowitz struggle over the next twelve centuries to keep history and knowledge alive. Preserving the precious relics of their founder - the blessed blueprint, the sacred shopping list, and the holy shrine of Fallout Shelter - they cling to a slender reed of faith, hoping against faint hope that humankind might come to its senses after a second, deadly fall from grace!||
From Wisconsin Public Radio and NPR...
This 1959 HUGO award-winning novel by Walter M. Miller, Jr., was dramatized by WHA Radio (flagship station of Wisconsin Public Radio) and National Public Radio in 1981. On the 20th anniversary of its original release, a five-CD set of the original radio dramatization was released for a limted time.
|SORRY, THIS CD SET IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE THROUGH WISCONSIN PUBLIC RADIO.|
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