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The second book in the Percipience series, 2222, is a science fiction mystery novel that touches on the area of the paranormal. Continuing where 2022 left off, the story starts with the discovery of a radio signal that simply should not exist in a post-apocalyptic world. The road to unravel this mystery leads to the clash of two different societies who struggle to survive and to maintain their own culture.
While 2022 explored the complexity and urgency of the issues we face now in the real world, 2222 examines the potential outcome and differences that may occur if a different, more sustainable approach was adopted.
This book, along with the others in the Percipience series are not just meant to entertain and to raise awareness of important issues. They are also aim to act as a catalyst to get the reader to think and motivate them to take individual actions to help with these worldwide problems.
From the back cover of 2222...
With his act-now-and-ask-questions-later approach, Alec resolves to unravel the mystery of a radio signal that shouldn't exist in a world thrown back into the Dark Ages after the Great Loss.
In an unforeseen period of self-discovery, Lauren attempts to understand her own personal capabilities born of an experiment begun 200 years earlier by a philanthropist whose goal was to solve the ultimate puzzle.
Alec and Lauren and their ideologically opposite cultures emerge in a post-apocalyptic world and endeavor to co-exist while racing to rediscover lost technologies - all on a planet still recovering from events pre-dating the Great Loss. The challenges are not restricted to the world of fiction and dare the reader to answer the real-life question: "Are we there yet?"
Google Category: Media > Books > Fiction > Science Fiction & Fantasy Novels
Sales Rank: 1317541
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