Breathing Space: Book One of the Exodus Trilogy

Breathing Space Book One of the Exodus Trilogy The year is It has been decades since World War III has ended The Earth is in severe ecological decline the result of several centuries of mistreatment by its human progeny Within a few decades

  • Title: Breathing Space: Book One of the Exodus Trilogy
  • Author: Ian Fydell Christina Siravo Gayle L. Newman
  • ISBN: 9781935905011
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Paperback
  • The year is 2095 It has been decades since World War III has ended The Earth is in severe ecological decline, the result of several centuries of mistreatment by its human progeny Within a few decades, a century at most, Earth will no longer be habitable Pollutants, wars, deep mantle mining, and everyday disregard for our planet have finally taken their toll, and now eaThe year is 2095 It has been decades since World War III has ended The Earth is in severe ecological decline, the result of several centuries of mistreatment by its human progeny Within a few decades, a century at most, Earth will no longer be habitable Pollutants, wars, deep mantle mining, and everyday disregard for our planet have finally taken their toll, and now earthquakes, droughts, volcanic eruptions, and plagues are regular occurrences Colonies have been established on all the larger bodies of the solar system, but these are small and hardly self sufficient it is widely recognized that, in order to save the majority of the species, humanity must find a new homeworld, ready made for its existence Ian Fydell s Breathing Space, the kick off novel for his ambitious Exodus Trilogy, is an unexpected SF treasure and a cautionary tale in the most traditional sense Evocative of the best of James Hogan and Robert Heinlein, this character driven novel introduces us to a raddled, dying Earth and takes us along on a desperate effort to find a new homeworld for humanity Floyd Largent, San Antonio, TXProfessional Writer and Editor Ian Fydell takes modern day Earth issues environmental degradation, planetary exploration and puts it all together in a futuristic, sci fi thriller Breathing Space is a page turning, heart pounding book, that makes you wonder just how close to reality we are on planet Earth now and how soon we may all be looking for a little Breathing Space Edward J Guster III, Fairless Hills, PAEnvironmental Scientist, USEPA

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    1. Review Brought to you by OBS staff member AngieBeware of spoilersI enjoyed this story from beginning to end. Fydell uses such beautiful imagery that you can easily picture what he’s describing. From the sterile, efficient commander’s quarters to the unique colorful landscape of Exodus, I felt like I was sitting in a theatre watching this story unfold.The opening scene finds us in Africa where a deadly virus has nearly wiped out an entire village. The events that occur give you a taste of wha [...]

    2. Breathing Space was a very enjoyable, heart-pounding book. It captures your attention right from the beginning and throughout the book you will grow deep, emotional feelings for the main characters, especially Captain John Lewis. The descriptions in the book are so vivid that you can tell that a lot of thought went into choosing just the right words to describe what was going on. They were so good that it was easy to picture the events, objects and characters in your head. This book also touches [...]

    3. I was very impressed with Ian Fydell's first novel. The story grabs you and doesn't let go. Ian has a true talent for writing descriptively, showing true skill in creating worlds that come alive in the readers mind. Ian's vision of the future gives us a startling look at what our future generations could face. His brilliant plot twists will leave you craving more. I can't wait for Resistance: Book Two of the Exodus Trilogy!

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