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**Author's Note**
I recommend you read The Long Second and Broken first.

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Adam isn't Green. It's not that he doesn't believe in Climate Change, he just doesn't think it should apply to him.

If he can afford to run an expensive, gas-guzzling car, why shouldn't he? If he wants the heating on high so that he wakes up to a warm house every morning, that's his right. Or so he believes..

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Playing Adam's Game

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Overview

**Author's Note**
I recommend you read The Long Second and Broken first.

***

Adam isn't Green. It's not that he doesn't believe in Climate Change, he just doesn't think it should apply to him.

If he can afford to run an expensive, gas-guzzling car, why shouldn't he? If he wants the heating on high so that he wakes up to a warm house every morning, that's his right. Or so he believes..

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011424007
  • Publisher: Marshall Buckley
  • Publication date: 7/17/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,254,675
  • File size: 306 KB

Meet the Author

Marshall Buckley lives near London, UK and in Newfoundland, Canada. At the same time. He has a total of five children, three dogs, five cats and some small fish. These numbers change regularly. He is not as tired as you might imagine because he achieves all this by being two people.In March 2009 an innocent-looking Facebook post stated "I've an idea for a book, who wants to help me write it?" and, after a flurry of posts and emails, Marshall Buckley was born; very soon after, the result (which bears only a passing resemblance to that original idea) was The Long Second.The sequel, Broken, followed a few months later. The final part of the trilogy - Chronostasis - was published in March 2013.Playing Adam's Game is not part of the trilogy. Only Douglas Adams is allowed a trilogy of more than three parts.Work on the next book is well underway, though it has no definitive schedule. Its current title (which may change) is "The Dreams In Which I'm Dying".
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  • Posted September 29, 2011

    Very insightful

    A little corney in spots, but overall a very good picture of cause and affect. It gives incentive to think more about how we live, treat the environment and the results when multiplied by the whole population.

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