Gravity is Heartless
(The Heartless Series, #1)
by Sarah Lahey
Paperback, 360 pages
Published June 2nd 2020 by She Writes Press
What will the world look like in thirty years’ time? How will humanity survive the oncoming effects of climate change? Set in the near future and inspired by the world around us, Gravity Is Heartless is a romantic adventure that imagines a world on the cusp of climate catastrophe.
The year is 2050: automated cities, vehicles, and homes are now standard, artificial Intelligence, CRISPR gene editing, and quantum computing have become a reality, and climate change is in full swing―sea levels are rising, clouds have disappeared, and the planet is heating up.
Quinn Buyers is a climate scientist who'd rather be studying the clouds than getting ready for her wedding day. But when an unexpected tragedy causes her to lose everything, including her famous scientist mother, she embarks upon a quest for answers that takes her across the globe―and she uncovers friends, loss and love in the most unexpected of places along the way. Gravity Is Heartless is bold, speculative fiction that sheds a hard light on the treatment of our planet even as it offers a breathtaking sense of hope for the future.
About the Author:
Sarah Lahey is a designer, educator, futurist and writer. She holds a Bachelor Degrees in Interior Design and Communication and Visual Culture, and works as a senior lecturer teaching classes on Design, Technology, Sustainability and Creative Thinking for a design college in Sydney, Australia. With over 30 years experience working in the industry, Sarah is passionate about the designers who are shaping our cities and environments, reflecting the way we want to live in the 21st Century. http://sarahlahey.com/
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i hope it looks alot better than it does nowReplyDelete
After everything that has happened this year, kind of scared to see what will happen then!ReplyDelete
I hope by then we can put our tired grievances behind us & do a lot better.ReplyDelete