Mother Earth in Toxic Shock, Fighting Back and Rebuilding What Man Has Destroyed in New Fiction

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Joseph Frail publishes a wakeup call in “Mother Earth’s Revenge: Unexpected Consequences”.

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Joseph Frail publishes a wakeup call in “Mother Earth’s Revenge: Unexpected Consequences”.

The year 2025, Mother Earth is dying. Wars in the Middle East have destroyed the innocent children. Giant oil corporations decline to comment only saying that without oil, life itself would be impossible. A Black market in Rain forest extinction items, Using killer earthquakes to correct man’s issue with ego and pyramids drawing on energy from a thousand suns to change the essence of man’s Character, these major catastrophes haunt humanity in author Joseph Frail’s newly published fiction, titled Mother Earth’s Revenge: Unexpected Consequences.

Mother Earth having been abused for so long is in a state of toxic shock. With her bounty, her natural beauty and her children being devoured by huge corporate conglomerates, followed by rogue and maverick nations, she unleashes her anger on those who refuse to live in unity of mankind. As she does with her place in the universe more deeply established, she purges herself of the demonstrative ego of man and regains control through the unity she has brought to her children—in ways only Mother Earth can know.

Frail’s book was written largely, as an ecological idea, and as a release from the overwhelming grip that these tragedies can have on everyone as people of earth. While the moral of the story is clear—for humanity to find a way to save the planet—Frail hopes that the message that it brings and the story that it tells will be interesting to readers and can be used to stimulate the mind and bring images, thoughts and ideas together for readers to enjoy and tell again.

Though-provoking and apocalyptic, Mother Earth’s Revenge: Unexpected Consequences is a controversially appealing take on the year 2025 and the deplorable state of the world brought about by powerful corporations and institutions. Frail creatively evokes the power of fiction to deliver a wakeup call to mankind which takes Edmund Burke’s words to heart: “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”

Mother Earth’s Revenge * by Joseph Frail
Unexpected Consequences
Publication Date: May 21, 2013
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