Earth’s Ecocide: Desperation 2647, by David A. Collier
The Earth’s Ecocide science fiction novel series is a one-thousand-year story of humanity struggling to cope with climate destruction and the awakening of artificial intelligence.
What will life be like if global average temperatures increase 2, 4, or 8 degrees Celsius? What will life be like if sea levels increase 1, 10, or 70 meters? What if both happen?
FIVE STAR REVIEW
“Earth’s Ecocide: Desperation 2647 by David A. Collier is full of intriguing characters, an irresistible plot, and rich detail. The dialogue is energetic, and the pacing is slow-burn at first, then builds toward suspense. Some science fiction stories are hard to relate to, but this one hits close to home. The characters are likable (Kutter, Vela, Livia, Dr. Hamlet, etc.), and face so much responsibility. And the Blue Orb plays a big part as well. …
Sometimes it takes a work of fiction to understand the reality right in front of you. This novel should be a wake-up call to pay close attention to climate change, ecology, and the environment, and try to learn as much about it as we can. This novel by David A. Collier is more than a novel. It can effect change and influence hearts and minds.
—Tammy Ruggles, Readers’ Favorite
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