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When Seth's house is destroyed by a tornado, he becomes convinced the disastrous effects of climate change have finally arrived. He, his wife, Jen, and their seemingly prescient eight year-old daughter, Lily, flee to the mountains to wait out the collapse of civilization and are managing to survive until Jen begins to have doubts. Seth wakes up one day to discover that Jen ...more
Paperback, 225 pages
Published October 2013 by The People's Ink
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Making Connections: 1832. FAREWELL TO HOT WATER by Jim O. Neal 2 20 Nov 05, 2013 07:54PM  
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I was born in a tiny town in Missouri to a grave digger and a house keeper, and raised on the banks of a muddy, man-made lake. In college, I read tons of text books, When Corporations Rule the World, and Ishmael. Two of those strongly influenced the course of my life. In my early twenties, my hometown sweetheart (whom I’ve known since the first grade and is now my wife) lured me away from home and ...more