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It is 2041. Mankind has pushed his planet from rapid climate change to the brink of nuclear holocaust. In the midst of the chaos, brilliant young scientist Jon Castel discovers new data that suggests the situation is far more dire than anyone could have predicted.

Ironically, it may take the worst disaster man has ever known to uncover the greatest discovery in the history of mankind. More

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About Dustin Kuhlman

Dustin Kuhlman was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska and studied at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Growing up he loved to draw and always thought drawing and producing art would be his creative outlet. Around his 24th birthday, through unusual circumstances, he found his calling to write while living in Las Vegas. He currently lives and writes in Colorado Springs at the foot of Pikes Peak. Now 28, with his first novel finished, Dustin hopes to write many more books in various genres. He puts high importance on self-education and learning, whether it is literature, philosophy, science, or the human condition. He enjoys quotes and studying the great thinkers of mankind from Eratosthenes and Einstein to Voltaire and Thoreau and always considers himself a student of the world.

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Review by: Carolyn Injoy on Aug. 16, 2015 :
I received a free paperback copy of Warned by Dustin Kuhlman from goodreads. Thank you.

This disturbing book has the potential to be a forecast rather than science fiction. Perhaps we should take heed. Eager to read more. Dustin Kuhlman has a unique voice & I like it.

This is a book about the potential consequences of what could happen to our planet if we don't take better care of it.

It is a five star book. The only thing I didn't care for was the time shifting back & forth between chapters.

Link to purchase: http://www.amazon.com/Warned-Dustin-Kuhlman-ebook/dp/B00584H99S
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)

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