Book: Three Degrees and Gone by J. Stewart Williscategories: Book, Coastal Flooding, Canada, Migration, Global Warming, Houston, Savannah, Texas City, Alberta, Calgary, Immigration Thriller
J. Stewart Willisabout this book: This novel considers that Global Warming and Coastal Flooding are very real concerns and considers a possible major impact on the world within the lifetimes of children being born today. It serves as a warning. The book follows three families caught up in a United States overwhelmed by a migration away from its coasts, the development of refugee tent cities and devastated by joblessness. One is a family of three who have worked in a domed structure in a flloded Texas City for years of boredom. The second his a man and his son who are flooded out of Savannah by a hurricane. The third is a woman and her daughter who are escaping an unhappy marriage. In these environments, the three families seek to go to Canada following paths pioneered by others, surmounting the challenges of electronic border walls established by the Canadian, and becoming illegal immigrants..
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