By Sean DeLauder
Hedge is a customary human--fat and bald, no longer lovely yet now not grotesque, with a around, doting spouse, and a farm the place he has a tendency beehives. other than Hedge isn't a customary human. actually, Hedge isn't human in any respect, yet a plant despatched through the Council of vegetation and the Plant of final figuring out to watch humanity and ascertain even if humanity is a hazard to the universe. a role he has blithely played for two decades. till the evening he gets a message to report to the Council and realizes he has to go away every thing behind.
Pursued via an agent of the infamous viewers, whose appearances have heralded the tip of civilizations, torn among his fellow crops and an awakening affection for his earthwife, Anna, and armed merely with a toaster, Hedge needs to have the opportunity to avoid wasting humanity from viewers, vegetation, and themselves.
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