“It’s a good story, it’s well-written, and it’s thought provoking.”
“In this case, it is the love of the two main characters, John and Annie, that endures all and perseveres.”
“This read is both compelling and engaging. It will hold your attention from the beginning right to the end.”
After the earth suffered from a series of severe natural disasters that claimed many lives, people are still fearful years later. America allows in foreigners from other devastated areas to assist with rebuilding. As a result, a new wave of immigration occurs, and now Americans are in the minority. They are discriminated against and blamed for global warming.
When a foreigner becomes president of the United States, he devises a plan that will prevent Americans from standing in the way of his tyranny. He forces them to attend the Earth Education Program, where they are supposed to learn how to take better care of the environment.
The story follows John and Annie Weber, an American couple, who discover that the program is more malignant than it appears. As a massive genocide takes place, John and Annie struggle to survive in this new world.
Also By Danielle Tara Evans