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Riassunto: THIS IS HOW OUR WORLD WILL END: Nobody from the old world was supposed to survive following a cataclysmic event that destroyed the vast majority of Earth's population in year 2032. Behind this merciless destruction was a multi-national, governmental social-conditioning experiment called the "Utopia Project" whose leaders intend to re-populate and inhabit Earth with perfectly-conditioned members of their utopian society. When leaders of the Utopia Project discover that a small number of individuals has managed to survive the cataclysm, they are determined to eradicate them along with all remaining vestiges of the old world culture. These survivors hang by a thread as they face horrific tragedies, relentless pursuit, intense confrontations and even their own deep feelings for each other within the group. Mysteries surrounding the limited areas of the world left unscathed start to unravel. Through it all, the struggle intensifies as the survivors come to realize that what is at stake is not just their own lives, but the fate of humanity itself. ABOUT THE AUTHOR William Joseph spent the first eighteen years of his life growing up on the New Jersey shore. After high school, his life took him on a path through South Carolina, Louisiana and finally back home to Ocean County, New Jersey, where he currently resides. This geographic area (the part of New Jersey not enough people really see), with the splendor of the Atlantic Ocean, Barnegat Bay and the forests of the Pinelands National Reserve, serves as the primary backdrop for this first book in a series. A school administrator by profession, the author still remains an avid reader and writer. Joseph also enjoys outdoor recreation, songwriting, guitar playing, sports and the soul-soothing ambiance of the sea (especially when the beach and boardwalk are deserted).

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Descrizione libro Sense of Wonder Press, United States, 2009. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. THIS IS HOW OUR WORLD WILL END: Nobody from the old world was supposed to survive following a cataclysmic event that destroyed the vast majority of Earth s population in year 2032. Behind this merciless destruction was a multi-national, governmental social-conditioning experiment called the Utopia Project whose leaders intend to re-populate and inhabit Earth with perfectly-conditioned members of their utopian society. When leaders of the Utopia Project discover that a small number of individuals has managed to survive the cataclysm, they are determined to eradicate them along with all remaining vestiges of the old world culture. These survivors hang by a thread as they face horrific tragedies, relentless pursuit, intense confrontations and even their own deep feelings for each other within the group. Mysteries surrounding the limited areas of the world left unscathed start to unravel. Through it all, the struggle intensifies as the survivors come to realize that what is at stake is not just their own lives, but the fate of humanity itself. ABOUT THE AUTHOR William Joseph spent the first eighteen years of his life growing up on the New Jersey shore. After high school, his life took him on a path through South Carolina, Louisiana and finally back home to Ocean County, New Jersey, where he currently resides. This geographic area (the part of New Jersey not enough people really see), with the splendor of the Atlantic Ocean, Barnegat Bay and the forests of the Pinelands National Reserve, serves as the primary backdrop for this first book in a series. A school administrator by profession, the author still remains an avid reader and writer. Joseph also enjoys outdoor recreation, songwriting, guitar playing, sports and the soul-soothing ambiance of the sea (especially when the beach and boardwalk are deserted). Codice libro della libreria AAZ9781596636309

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