New Sci-fi Fiction is Released
Bringing together a fictional group of "kachinas" - an ancient human race of ecological protectors - and the factual debate on the earth's ecological fate, author Margaret Vivienne Currie presents a plot to save the planet in "Return of the Kachinas" (published by Balboa Press).
Main characters Abigail - a New Zealand grandmother and writer - and extraterrestrials named Hordea and Admontwalia embark on a journey to right the wrongs of generations past, whose profiting from the earth's resources has brought Earth to the brink of impending disaster.
"Return of the Kachinas" shows the fate of the planet hanging on the efforts of these three characters' efforts. Along with the help of a forest regeneration expert named Danny, the trio must find the key to rebuilding Earth's ecosystem before it's too late.
An excerpt from "Return of the Kachinas":
"How was I going to explain to my children I had knowledge of an imminent global catastrophe? Christopher, the sceptic, just like his father, would say, 'Mum! You will have to get a grip on yourself. Aliens! Have you turned into one of those UFO nuts?' Gregory would go away quietly to suspend judgement until he had had time to consider calmly what I'd said, no matter how outrageous. Charmaine was more likely to go along with Christopher's skepticism."
About the Author
Margaret Vivienne Currie writes to share her concern about sudden climate change and the current unsustainable ecological situation. She currently lives and writes in Australia.
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