Book: 2083 (The Chronicles of Hope) by Robert Breezecategories: Book, Political Fiction, Atheism, Aliens, Politics, Society, Science Fiction
Robert Breezeabout this book: A recent review of the book said "Frank Noon is like Carlin, Dawkins and Darwin rolled into one". Frank Noon is the protagonist and is an atheist, revolutionary, visionary, working-class genius politician. In the first book, with overpopulation making life on Earth increasingly unsustainable Frank reluctantly leads an intergalactic government project in the late 21st century. What follows is a thought-provoking, heartwarming journey of humour and hope. It's one of self-discovery for Frank, as he battles to gain control of a relative asylum consisting of a cross section of the populous as much at odds with themselves as the situation. As they learn more about the project and its intentions it's clear that the consequences be for the future of humanity are critical. It was a bestseller and retweeted by Dawkins himself amongst others.
In this sequel Frank discovers more about the government's project on Planet Muta, encountering several new settlements as he does so, and his confused decision-making starts to be questioned from all sides. Still unsure of the project's intentions, and after taking several heavy hits to his floundering emotions, a revelation about the driving force behind the project then jolts him further. The magnitude of the situation dawns and a return to Earth becomes a distinct possibility. Far from launching an offensive aimed at overthrowing the government, an unfortunate incident then inadvertently seems to thrust him into the spotlight as the man to potentially head up a new parliament back on Earth.
My intention is merely to make poeple think about society's problems a little more. Please follow and support the series and its humanitarian intentions here - www.thechroniclesofhope.com. Thanks
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