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The Secret Of The Lost Planet. The Searchers. Book 1 (Children Of The 23Rd Century)

A young astrologer, Seth Stevens, excitedly discovers what seems to be Earth’s replica and the only hope for the future of the human race. But his brilliant life is prematurely extinguished by underworld gangsters who profit from the death throes of the ill-fated Earth. Has he left enough clues of the new planet? It appears the whereabouts of the planet have remained lost, but two young eco-warrio...

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Print Length: 312 pages
Publisher: mel hogan; 1 edition (September 30, 2011)
Publication Date: September 30, 2011
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Language: English
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In the 1930s-era Germany, gangs (the Immertreu) roam the streets; most people are obsessed with superficialities, like having the perfect body; many political types have access to airwaves and media, spouting their beliefs, telling others what to think; and there is a fascination with crime and the violence it begets, with reenactments taking place in Cabarets. The hardcover copy I purchased was well made with ample graphic illustrations (though landscape photographs would find improvement in depth of field). ebook The Secret Of The Lost Planet. The Searchers. Book 1 (Children Of The 23Rd Century) Pdf Epub. One of my favorite writers. I think it's her personality/character - she gets sad or frustrated and that's her immediate reaction. I know that this novel is frequently assigned to high school students, which seems surprising due not only to the mature content, but also the length of the novel and the antiquated language. All who read it will be indebted to Scarborough for this deeply researched and clearly argued historical interpretation of an important subject. What the affair offered Abraham Cahan, the book's protagonist.
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“This book has it all! Over population, corporate greed, an overburdened land and a set of character's vividly composed with a passion to preserve earth. A well written story for everyone! Buy it and share it!Upon Release From Prison (Roll Call)...”

s Aurora Gazers and Ethan Knight set out to find it. They have two vital things in common youth and the love for life. The world is rapidly dying and something has to be done. Together they could hold the key to the salvation of mankind. The race is on before all hope is destroyed by unscrupulous underworld baddies lead by Ringo Bang and Tiny Trakker who seem to have their eyes and ears in the most influential places. Commander of the Universal Defence Fleet (UDF) and Aurora's loving father Admiral Harlius Fonce Gazers tirelesly spearheads the desperate search for an auxillary planet that can sustain human colonisation. As the new millennium approached, the human race put itself further and further into danger. Despite more than a century of continuous warnings and, eventually, government legislation throughout the world, the population had continued to rise while the global environment had continued to deteriorate, both at an alarming rate.Medical science had far outstripped ecological science, and people were living longer and longer. At the same time, clever advertising campaigns had encouraged people around the globe to maintain steady birth rates, to keep markets growing and support continuous economic growth. The result, inevitably, was overcrowding of mountainous proportions. Over thirty-five million people lived in London alone, and cities such as Shanghai and Sao Paulo were teeming beyond anything that could have been imagined a mere half-century earlier.Meanwhile, giant corporations had made fortunes off the population explosion, without any concern for the consequences. The petrol economy had boomed until the oil wells were depleted to exhaustion. What little petroleum could still be produced was appropriated by governments or hoarded by the rich. As the demands of a rising population and profit-hungry developers made available land increasingly scarce, and therefore astronomically expensive, the cost of raising livestock made beef and milk too expensive for most people. Land available for cultivating crops was also at a premium. What had once been the most productive agricultural regions on earth were left barren as a result of intensive, unsustainable agri-business policies. Too much crop specialisation, unexpected effects of genetic engineering, and heavy use of agri-chemicals had left whole sections in need of rehabilitation; this would be a slow process. The wealthy turned their suburban lawns over to food gardens to maintain their standard of living; the poor survived on tasteless rations or went hungry.Disruptions to the world’s climate made the weather less and less predictable. Changes in the Gulf Stream had already brought the beginnings of a new ice age to Britain, north-western Europe, Canada and the north-east of North America, as well as drought and desertification elsewhere. Giant storms ravaged most of the planet’s coastlines, and clean, fresh water was an increasingly scarce resource.As the oceans suffered, so did the skies. Whole forests of centuries-old trees died and the vital carbon-to-oxygen cycle, upon which the world depended, slowed. Lung diseases began to rise in human and animal populations, and air filters were fitted to most buildings. Medical experts were warning that oxygen masks would soon be necessary in many places.