By Clifford D. Simak
not anything a lot ever occurs in Millville, a small, secluded Middle-American community—until the day Brad Carter discovers he's not able to go away. It’s not only the approximately bankrupt actual property agent who’s being held prisoner; any other resident can be being limited in the town’s limitations by way of an invisible strength box that can't be breached. As neighborhood tensions quickly succeed in verge of collapse, a suite of surprising situations leads Brad to the resource in their captivity, making him humanity’s reluctant ambassador to an alien race of sentient flowers, and aware of those jailers’ final intentions. yet a few of Millville’s strongest voters don’t take kindly to Carter’s “collaboration with the enemy,” even below the surprising danger of world apocalypse.
a long time ahead of Stephen King trapped a whole city in Under the Dome, technology fiction Grand grasp Clifford D. Simak explored the stunning results of communal captivity on an unsuspecting inhabitants. Nominated for the Nebula Award, All Flesh Is Grass is a riveting masterwork that brilliantly reinvents the alien invasion story.