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Extinction 6

3.93  ·  Rating details ·  14 ratings  ·  6 reviews
By mid century, Arctic oil drilling accelerates global warming and triggers famine and world war. A team at Google launches Project Titan to reverse climate change and end fossil fuel addiction. Without a radical solution, humanity faces catastrophe.

Earth’s sixth mass extinction is underway. One hope remains.
Paperback, 264 pages
Published December 12th 2018 by Amazon
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Vishnu Chevli
Sep 10, 2018 rated it really liked it
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Extinction 6 is my second book by Hosein Kouros. His previous book "Project Bodi" was a completely different genre book for me. Based on the futuristic world the book was fictional self-help on Awakening of the subconscious mind. I was already accustomed to Hosein's writing style. So when I saw ARC of "Extinction 6" I didn't think twice. I simply added to my Kindle shelf. Frankly speaking, I haven't even checked the blurb of the book, while adding it.

Coming to the story part, surprisingly story
Heena Rathore P.
Sep 26, 2018 rated it really liked it
Extinction 6 by Hosein Kouros-Mehr is a very well-written dystopian read that highlights one of the most serious issues that threatens the entire planet.

First off, the book was a fantastic read - it was equal parts enjoyable, interesting and thought-provoking. Once I started the book, I was easily able to flow through the pages at a very fast speed which says a lot about the smooth flow of the writing and the simple yet effective use of the language. The plot progression was good and the pacing
Frank Frisson
Sep 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Humans can certainly not be compared with dinosaurs, but an extinction event is an extinction event is an extinction event. Extinction 6 is the second book by Hosein Kouros-Mehr I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing. The first was Project Bodi, a novel in which the employees of a futuristic Google were tasked with developing Vision Smartglasses. Innovation was the key to Project Bodi’s success. Now, much older in this novel, Bethany Andrews runs Google as its CEO and Austin Sanders, the genius who ...more
Hank Cheng
Sep 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Extinction 6, while written in a fictional future, is a fascinating and thought-provoking reflection of the current era (~2018). While seemingly written in a dystopian USA, the book explores the real consequences of unabated and reckless environmental neglect caused by myopic capitalistic desires of small numbers of influential people. However, this book's central theme is not about politics, demagoguery, fear mongering, or the dangers of excessive nationalism, but rather, is about human innovat ...more
Mandy Parmenter
Jan 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is a dystopian book set in the future where oil drilling has accelerated global warming to a frightening extent which was set of both famine and another world war. Greedy corporations are doing everything they can to profit from the situation and Google has a project team called Titan to try and find a safe way of providing the power the world needs without causing anymore damage. Can they find a solution before the sixth mass extinction takes hold and life either disappears or has to aband ...more
Jennifer Miller
It's a very good book that is the prequel to Project Bodi.
It's about Beth and Austin, and a few others, who are working on a way to stop the Earth from using fossil fuels and going to clean energy using Google as their headquarters.
Someone tries to stop them from doing it, but who? And what happens to the new project?
4 stars
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