Nothing Is As It Was

Nothing Is As It Was A collection of short stories and flash fictions on the theme of climate change Profits are being donated to the Earth Day Network A schoolboy inspired by a conservation hero to do his bit A mother tr

  • Title: Nothing Is As It Was
  • Author: Amanda Saint
  • ISBN: 1999747259
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Paperback
  • A collection of short stories and flash fictions on the theme of climate change Profits are being donated to the Earth Day Network A schoolboy inspired by a conservation hero to do his bit A mother trying to save her family and her farm from drought A world that doesn t get dark any And a city that lives in a tower slowly being taken over by the sea These stories A collection of short stories and flash fictions on the theme of climate change Profits are being donated to the Earth Day Network A schoolboy inspired by a conservation hero to do his bit A mother trying to save her family and her farm from drought A world that doesn t get dark any And a city that lives in a tower slowly being taken over by the sea These stories and many make up a poignant collection that is sometimes bleak, sometimes lighthearted, but always hopeful that we can make a change By turns dark, hopeful, bleak, thoughtful, and occasionally hilarious, the stories in Nothing Is As It Was shine a light on climate change in a way that always entertains but also makes you think A fantastic addition to the emerging climate fiction genre Sophie Duffy, author of Bright Stars Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 180 pages Published April 22nd 2018 by Retreat West Books More Details ISBN 1999747259 ISBN13 9781999747251 Edition Language English Other Editions 1 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Nothing Is As It Was, please sign up

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    • I have not really read much in fiction about climate change so I was very curious when Anne Cater got in touch regarding a review spot for this book I tend to shy away from anthologies and I really shouldn t as the ones I have read have been really enjoyable reads.This book is a mix of short flash fiction stories from a variety of authors The underlying message is one of the change in our climate The authors have taken this basis and have created a very impressive range of stories.The differe I [...]


    • This is a collection of flash fiction and short stories on one of the most important topics of our time climate fiction This collection is raising funds for the global climate action group, Earth Day Network In the foreword Amanda Saint speaks about the importance of climate change and getting people or readers to comprehend the importance of this topic We are living in a world split down the middle when it comes to this particular topic Many people, including those in the highest pol This is a [...]


    • Very timely anthology of climate fiction I do have some bias one of my stories, Healing Athabasca, appears in this book , so I m rating based on the other stories I really appreciate the variety and diversity of writing voices Some tales are science fictional and some contemporary, but all are relevant I loved some of the stories, but a few were only okay Some were expositional and some were character driven which is something I favor How do we cope with our world Very timely anthology of climat [...]


    • I might be biased as I have a story in this collection, but the variety and depth of stories in this anthology is remarkable Many of them still have me thinking several months after having completed it.



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