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Thirsty Planet: A Green Fable of Future Earth

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In 2121 Dr. Moss Leder flees across Canada one-heart pounding step ahead of his ruthless enemies. Climate change is destroying civilization. Primitive bands of dehumanized squatters roam the Earth and kill for scarce drinking water. Leder's innovative time booth holds the key to the planet's renewal. Leder's nemesis, R. Faro Bradshaw, and his greedy political cronies are e ...more
Paperback, 430 pages
Published March 2nd 2011 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (first published December 8th 2008)
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Albert
Sep 08, 2012 Albert rated it it was amazing
This book was informative a great future speculation. I was enthralled with every page and enjoyed it to the last word. If you were a fan of An Incovenient Truth then this is a book right up your alley. We need to get this out to as many people as possible as this is something that is important to our future.
Christine Holliday
Took me longer to read than necessary due to busy schedule, but was an excellent book. really enjoyed the ending.
Jared
The writing is immature -- way too much exposition. The characters don't talk like people; they talk like scientific treatises.
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Robert Tell is a writer who lives in Farmington Hills, Michigan and winters in Boynton Beach, Florida. He was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and educated in Public Health and English at Columbia and Long Island Universities.

In his pre-writing career, Robert held senior executive positions at hospitals and health planning agencies in New York, New Jersey, Kansas City and Detroit. He was also
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