2050 Military saves the Planet

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In 2050, martial law is declared in England. ‘The Admiral' will ensure survival of his country. Soldier Sid Shaw, as aide to the new PM, provides an insiders view of England’s battles.
The superpowers agree on carbon & territory but regional strife continues. The Admiral saves England from invasive seas & internal enemies but cannot stave off a superpower.
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Published by Graham Jackson
Words: 93,920
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781311593177
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Review by: April Jedimae Mejos on July 17, 2014 : (no rating)
When I read Ray Kennet's MADE A GYPSY SMILE I experienced 50 shades of pleasure. I haven't hung about and have already read his latest 2050 novel. This time I experienced 50 intensities of light flashes. Of course the world is moving into a future of over-stressed environment, food shortages and social upheaval. We recently saw at Tacloban the American marines damp down chaos in the typhoon damaged town. I am sure the only way the world will survive is if there are boots on the ground when extreme events become common place. His book's solution to global warming is plausible and I really enjoyed the hilarious chapter when a company of British soldiers report for duty on a desert island.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: ThomasTheWriter on July 06, 2014 : (no rating)
Review by LEONARDITA DOMAGTOY not thomas the writer,
AS I was reading the book I wanted to be young again and be on the verge of joining the British Army. I want to fight for my planet!!! When i finished the book and came back to the present i had a good think about the story. This isn't future fiction, this is going to happen. I haven't had such an excitind read since I was a child
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: ThomasTheWriter on July 03, 2014 : (no rating)
I haven't read such an extraordinary book in a long time. The author displays knowledge of climatic events, technology and the military and puts them together in the future with great vision. As you read you think I should have thought of that! I have read Ray Kennet books before and he has an easy to read style particularly suited to screen reading. The plot in 2050 unfolds smoothly and ends with a sharp twist in the tail. Great stuff.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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