The Book of Eli Review


Thirty years after the flash, a man named Eli cuts across the desert -- a speck against the sun-bleached horizon. He is dressed in tattered rags and well-worn shoes. Above him, bomb-blasted freeways dead end in piles of rubble and exposed girders. A dying car battery powers the last iPod on Earth, the final notes of music in a world devoid of life or color. In his bag, beside the shotgun and long-blade, is a book. The only book that matters. And in a lawless town of mindless marauders, a civilized man named Carnegie has been searching for that book for a long, long time.


The book, of course, is the Bible -- perhaps the last of its kind since the war saw them all hunted down and burned -- but in a scorched world of lost souls, such a book would have the power to either liberate or control.


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Jan 20, 2010 11:13PM EST

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