Red Moon Rising
By J Alan Erwine
Published by Sam's Dot Publishing
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Published: Feb. 02, 2011
Words: 65,748 (approximate)
Erik Singer is a young man who is grieving. He's grieving over the death of his brother, and the slow death of the Earth, but with the help of Native American & environmental activist Charlie Chases Crows, Erik decides to make some changes, and he's going to start with the company that was responsible for the death of his brother.
J Alan Erwine takes you into a future environmental nightmare that is not only all too possible, but is in fact well on the way there. The air and seas are filthy with pollution and oil spills, the U.S. Government is an effete and toothless replica of its former self, and business decides which rules they will allow to be enforced. Corporations lie, people die.
Including Erik Singer's brother Jeromie, killed while seeking evidence against an oil company regarding their spills in the Gulf. After five years, Erik has had enough of wallowing in loss and self-pity. Emboldened by the words and visions of a Native American environmentalist, Erik is ready to act.
And he has colleagues. The reluctant mayor of Tampa. The daughter of the most egregious industrialist. And a tree-hugging terrorist. Can just four people make a difference?
, science fiction
, native american
, global warming
, global climate change
, j alan erwine
, mundane science fiction
, mundane sf
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