Zena Sutherland

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[In The Missing Persons League ] Bonham depicts a society that has adjusted to pollution and its ignoring of conservation, to the policing of individual lives, and to the constant need for pills and palliatives. In this, the story is most convincing. It is rather less so in plot, for...

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[In The Missing Persons League] Bonham depicts a society that has adjusted to pollution and its ignoring of conservation, to the policing of individual lives, and to the constant need for pills and palliatives. In this, the story is most convincing. It is rather less so in plot, for the ending is an intricate chase-and-evade sequence between the good guys and the bad guys. (p. 39)

Zena Sutherland, in Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books (© 1976 by the University of Chicago; all rights reserved), November, 1976.

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