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White Sun Chronicle

A look at civilization's future

"White Sun Chronicle," a look at Earth's future, is now available.

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The books "Tribes of the Orange Sun," "Pale Yellow Sun" and "White Sun Chronicle" look at human over population problems and environmental problems in the future world.


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Clean water?  Clean Air?  Or over population, and environmental problems? What might future Earth be like? Read sci-fi books "Tribes of the Orange Sun," "Pale Yellow Sun" and "White Sun Chronicle."

Gene Shiles, author of the sci-fi books "Tribes of the Orange Sun," "Pale Yellow Sun" and "White Sun Chronicle."

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Gene Shiles is a scientist and former
university professor. He holds a PhD
degree in Physics from the University
of California.
His hobbies include, among others,
hiking, fishing, gardening and
easy-listening music. He grew up in
Illinois and currently lives in Minnesota.
He has a black cat named Panther.



Direct links to several online bookstores
(price shown is list for trade paperback; ebook is $6.00)

White Sun Chronicle ($16.95) --> Publisher, iUniverse Barnes&Noble Amazon

The book is also available at other online bookstores.

To order by phone, call publisher toll-free:  (877) 823-9235

Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.

White Sun Chronicle: ISBN # 0-595-46191-3

The title can also be ordered at Barnes and Noble brick-and-mortar bookstores.



This most compelling of sci-fi books considers over population and environmental problems plaguing our future Earth.


*Synopsis, White Sun Chronicle:


The citizens of crowded Earth, struggling to deal with environmental degradation and lifestyle changes, face a more crushing blow: world hunger.

The global food supply is destroyed and the people flee the cities in a bid for survival. Hungry refugees find that the only plentiful source of nourishment is what had been, until recently, unthinkable.

Neil Silvers, a senior member of the Earth Senate, is one of a lucky few who find sanctuary in a secure building as chaos reigns outside. While he contemplates the fate of the world, he also dreams about Laura, a young, red-haired junior senator with intriguing green eyes.

The groupís food supply soon runs out. Neil, Laura, and a handful of others must venture outside to face a world where humans compete with each other as never before.

Neil and whatís left of humanity confront their darkest fears and soon learn what survival is really about.


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Is civilization's ultimate disaster asteroid impact, pandemic, nuclear, chemical or biological war, or global earthquakes and volcanoes?

"White Sun Chronicle" proposes something very different.

Read "White Sun Chronicle."

Direct links to several online bookstores
(price shown is list for trade paperback; ebook is $6.00)

White Sun Chronicle ($16.95) --> Publisher, iUniverse Barnes&Noble Amazon

The book is also available at other online bookstores.

To order by phone, call publisher toll-free:  (877) 823-9235

Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.

White Sun Chronicle: ISBN # 0-595-46191-3

The title can also be ordered at Barnes and Noble brick-and-mortar bookstores.



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Trees are part of present and future Earth's natural glory, but will environmental problems caused by human over population lead to their demise? Read sci-fi books "Tribes of the Orange Sun," "Pale Yellow Sun" and "White Sun Chronicle."
























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