Blue Karma – Book Review
Author: J.K. Ullrich
Publisher: J.K. Ullrich
Release Date: May 2015
Rating: FIVE STARS
Disclaimer: ebook copy received from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Forget dystopian. Cli-fi is about to explode and BLUE KARMA is going to take it there. Cli-Fi is the new Dystopian, as Blue is the new Black in this brilliant forthcoming narrative of choices and consequences, humanity and love.
Amaya the Ice Poacher. Logan the Polar Guard. Paul the Heir to an Empire. Survival, protection, and rule. The perfect combination producing the perfect adventure. Teens and adults – the tom-boys, tree climbers, adventure seekers, and backyard-campers, this is for you. Every line. Every chapter. Every character. Every moment. Perfectly come together is this marvelous story.
Water. It covers almost three-quarters of the planet, comprises more than half the human body, and has become the most coveted resource on Earth.
Amaya de los Santos survived the typhoon that left her an orphan. Now she scrapes by as an ice poacher, illegally harvesting fresh water for an always-thirsty market. But when she rescues an injured enemy soldier, she’s pulled into a storm of events more dangerous than any iceberg. After years of relying only on herself, she must learn to trust another…or risk losing all that’s left of her family.
Logan Arundson should be dead. After a mysterious attack destroys his military unit, he abandons his Arctic post for his native California, where droughts have made water a religion and a resource worth killing for. But when the water wars follow him home, he must face his frozen demons if he wants to save his town…and the girl he loves.
Paul Hayes is heir to an empire. But being vice president of a powerful hydrology company isn’t all gardens and swimming pools: he deals with ice poachers, water rights, and the crushing expectations of his CEO mother. His investigation into company sabotage and the miraculous appearance of a lake in a small California town lead him to a shocking discovery…and an impossible decision.
Blue Karma is a story of choices and consequences, humanity and love.
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