Go Ahead, Rock the Boat!: Conversations with Generation Z

Insightful conversations that spell out Generation Z's take on important issues affecting humanity today. Five teenage friends find themselves at odds with their families, culture and social standing. Together they travel to Israel to embark on a working holiday at a Kibbutz. Their search is for new ways to learn from today to better prepare for the future. More

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About Michael HH Warren

Michael HH Warren began writing about his life during the South African winter of 2009. Driven by a strong desire to tell his story, what began as a creative outlet would eventually become his first book, In The Name Of God. The writing bug has bitten, and Michael has since published several novels. A far cry from his memoir, these books are aimed at teens/young adults who represent Generation Z (GenZ). Still having a passion for the world of non-fiction, Michael has several ideas presently evolving into draft manuscripts. He lives with his wife, two children and three Jack Russells.

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W Poet reviewed on Jan. 15, 2017
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This book is a kick in the teeth of reality. When the first conversation with the main characters began, I felt I was listening to a table of five Buddha’s solidifying the opus of life itself and not a group of Teens. The focus is on “Generation Z” not talked about so much anymore because they have been lost to the “Millennials” that we so love to bash and tear down today, well guess what they are the future, our hope. The main characters truly let you know they understand far more of the world and the pending future than we give them credit for, and that future is bleak.
If you still at all live in the Box read this book and that box will be torn to shreds and you will be left naked to find yourself….and some clothes. The story reads at a fast pace and as I have said just really re-sets your understanding of what is ahead and what needs to be done to save us all.
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