End Game by Ginger Booth

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Dee Baker, star programmer for a Fortune 100 media powerhouse, has options. She also has access to the secret plans of the U.S. government to make the end of the world survivable, for some.

The ultimate job benefit is a berth in an ark, safe from the storms as climate change accelerates, and the processes that normalize Earth’s climate sputter and fail.

Set in Connecticut, this near-term SF adventure is pre-apocalyptic, where ordinary people choose extraordinary ways to face a climate and world gone haywire.

Will Dee be one of the fortunate few to get an ark berth? Or is that even the goal?

“A vivid picture of how one small corner of the world deals with global events at a very personal level. End Game’s greatest strengths: a protagonist – and supporting cast – that I grew to identify with over the course of their story, and a message of hope in a world threatening to burst apart at the seams.” – Teenage Archangel

“I had trouble putting it down. The message that the future is bleak, but deal with it, is very refreshing.” – JL_Farmer

“Brilliant read, took me on a great ride as a reader. I loved the interesting and unique characters all thrown together in a changing and crumbling world. Edgy, fast paced. Highly Recommended.” – Anonymous

About Don Sloan

I am a former journalist with a major daily newspaper and now am a full-time Indie book reviewer. I love to write, read, drink good wine, and take short naps in front of my fireplace here in the North Carolina mountains.
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