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Thirsty Planet, A Novel
     

Thirsty Planet, A Novel

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by Robert Tell
 

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It's 2121 and Earth's climate is collapsing. Moss Leder is a scientist dabbling with time travel. When his wife is killed during the burglary of the couple's drinking water he vows to journey back to 2022 to try to alter the events that caused the planet's ecological mess. Travel with him as he encounters adventure, greed and an inter-century love affair. This book is

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It's 2121 and Earth's climate is collapsing. Moss Leder is a scientist dabbling with time travel. When his wife is killed during the burglary of the couple's drinking water he vows to journey back to 2022 to try to alter the events that caused the planet's ecological mess. Travel with him as he encounters adventure, greed and an inter-century love affair. This book is a page turner.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940000822227
Publisher:
Robert Tell
Publication date:
02/05/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
348 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Robert Tell's award winning fiction, poetry, columns, articles, and creative non-fiction have appeared in many periodicals. He has a growing catalogue of published books including works of fiction, memoir and poetry. "The Witch of Maple Park (Harry Grouch Mystery Series #1)," is an Eric Hoffer Book Award Grand Prize Finalist, and First Runner-Up in their Ebook Fiction category. It is compelling fiction inspired by a true story. "Thirsty Planet," was a finalist for the prestigious Montaigne Medal award for thought provoking writing. "Dementia Diary" describes the emotional reality of being a caregiver to a loved one with dementia, and of dealing with caregiver burnout. "Nanobe (Harry Grouch Mystery Series #2)" is a hospital based medical thriller based on Tell's years as a hospital CEO and Public Health executive. Robert Tell was born in Brooklyn, New York, and educated at Columbia University. He now lives in Farmington Hills, Michigan, and winters in Boynton Beach, Florida. Tell is grateful that his parents didn't name him "William." He last saw snow in 2004.

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Thirsty Planet 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
WELLREADAS More than 1 year ago
Extreme leftwing syfy fantacy drivel. Blames the end of the world on big bad business and rightwing government. If you like propaganda you will love this book.