In his triumphant best seller, James Michener unfolds a powerful and poignant drama of six young runaways adrift in a world they have created out of dreams, drugs, and dedication to pleasure. With the sure touch of a master, Michener pulls us into the dark center of their private world, whether it's in Spain, Marrakech, or Mozambique, and exposes the naked nerve ends with shocking candor and infinite compassion.
"A superior, picaresque novel...and a revealing mirror held up to contemporary society." JOHN BARKHAM REVIEWS
"A blockbuster of a book . . . full of surprise, drama, and fascination."--Philadelphia "Bulletin"" " "Rings with authentic detail and clearly descriptive sights and smells . . . "The Drifters "is to the generation gap what "The Source "was to Israel."--"Publishers Weekly"" " "["The Drifters"] conveys a sense of a new time, a new generation."--"Chicago Sun-Times"" " "Michener has slid open a window on the world of the dropout and has spared no effort to make the reader aware of this new world."--"The Salt Lake Tribune"
Number Of Pages: 768
Published: 12th October 1986
Publisher: Random House USA Inc
Dimensions (cm): 17.1 x 10.8 x 2.9
Weight (kg): 0.33