(PRWEB) October 23, 2012
Is it based on prophecy, historical fiction or conjecture? You be the judge. 2031 is a must read if you like science fiction, but you also like realism. 2031 paints a picture of this country as it could become in a few years from now. It describes an epidemic of cataclysmic proportions which we will be ill-equipped to handle if we continue on our present course.
The plot of this adventure story moves quickly, but there is also a love story that develops and is nurtured throughout. Though the characters seem real and we get glimpses of their backgrounds the author does not waste a lot of time on character development. To the contrary he spends that time describing the political, economic and technological landscape that could quite probably exist in the year 2031.
If you liked 1984, you are apt to love 2031.
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In 2031 Jack Strong partners with Janice Monroe. Though Jack is eminently qualified for the task, he has many shortcomings, but his capacity to endure proves to be his greatest asset and his capacity to love becomes his saving grace. Janice is a receptionist, but her uncanny people skills as well as her background in computer science, qualities that are quickly recognized by John Ku, director of CDCC, make her a valuable member of the team. The story begins in Pineville, North Carolina just south of Charlotte where Jack meets up with Janice just after visiting his cousin, Ilene, who has contracted the disease that now appears to be rampant through parts of North Carolina, Massachusetts, Arizona and Mexico. Jack’s team, headed up by Phillip O’Reilly, better known as “Radar”, is joined by another team in investigating this disease to try to find an effective treatment and possibly a cure. John Ku the director of CDCC has clearly recognized the expertise of his specialists as he positions them to effectively deal with the emerging epidemic.