Dry World 

If you wonder why they still print books in physical form, you haven't seen Ground/Water yet

To experience a stretch of desert riparian oasis in its glory, with the mighty cottonwoods and sycamores, and the fluttering and scuttling and splashing of life, is to be doomed. All the more beautiful and inviting in contrast to the dry and…

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