Years ago, the world was almost destroyed, when America voted in a dictator. The disturbances and destruction spread throughout the world until the only option was to find the wormholes that led to parallel worlds and escape. Now, it is 2047 and a small team led by Craig and Marla Reynolds are headed back to see what is left of their beloved home known as Earth.
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About the Author
P.S. Winn began this journey just over 5 years ago. Thanks to support from family, friends and readers, the author is busy working on book #51. Born in Montana, the author lived 30 years in Utah, spent a few in Idaho and then returned to her home state. She has friends and family scattered through those places and others.
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Disturbance & Destruction based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Disturbance & Destruction is a timely, relevant, and cautionary tale with hints of science fiction, post-apocalyptic plot, and political commentary. ** I received a free copy of this book with the option of leaving an honest review. ** Per her usual style, Winn creates a solid and intriguing plot without excessive floridity. The history of the events that led up to World War III and how Earth was rendered unlivable are well fleshed out. The post-apocalyptic setting the scientists encounter when they return to Earth is descriptive and thoughtfully rendered, and the characters in this post-apocalyptic setting are multi-faceted. If you are happy with the state of the world and its administration today, I don't recommend this book to you; you will be offended. However, if you are open-minded, unhappy with the state of the world, and recognize the far-reaching consequences of what is happening in the world today; I think you will find Winn's take on it intriguing and hopeful.
The author takes readers on a what if journey into the future. The Earth has been taken down in WW III. Could it happen? definitely yes and the author shows how and then gives readers a bit of hope as survivors struggle to rebuild. Interesting read and maybe a bit of a prediction we should all watch for!