Altered Seasons: Monsoonrise
Finalist (Science Fiction), Foreword INDIES Book of The Year Awards
"Altered Seasons: Monsoonrise is a top recommendation for cli-fi (climate change fiction) readers seeking more depth than the usual approach to life-threatening environmental changes."
- D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
"This epic story of global pandemonium wisely centers on accessible characters."
- Kirkus Reviews
A few weeks with no sea ice in the Arctic Ocean are enough to trigger a chain reaction that alters the Northern Hemisphere beyond recognition. Droughts and floods ravage the land, forests burn, crops are killed by the heat and nobody can find the cool spot on the pillow.
ISABEL BRADSHAW is an engineer. When her parents' home on the Chesapeake Bay is damaged by a storm and condemned by rising sea levels, she sets out to find security for her family in an increasingly chaotic world.
CARRIE CAMBERG is a governor who wants to achieve higher office and help get the nation back on its feet. But can her plan survive contact with politics?
SANDRA SYMCOX is an inventor. She plans to bring down the level of CO2 in the air and make money doing it.
WALTER YUSCHAK is a talk show host. His mission as he sees it is to spread the gospel of freedom—but in a nation in a permanent state of crisis, is anyone still willing to listen?
These are just a few of the people trying to follow the new seasons of a changed climate, where anything can happen and everything is up for grabs.