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Dark Flowers (The Western Awakening Trilogy, Book 3) Paperback – 21 May 2013
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About the Author
Thomas Gibbon writes about our near future. His Western Awakening Trilogy follows the world's political and economic crises from 2003 to their resolution in the 2017 World War.
He has a degree in Physics and has worked in the UK and US computer, defense, and space industries in positions ranging from researcher to CEO.
He has founded three companies and has traded in the US, UK, Europe, and Japan.
Technologies he has worked on and/or taken to market include: automatic pattern recognition, computer operating systems, data networks, guided weapons, social-business Internet apps, and space platforms.
Born in London, England, he has lived and worked in the southern UK, California, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Virginia, and Washington DC. He and his wife currently live in southern Europe.
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It is believable, roughly, and this vision of a future certainly holds some credence, however nightmarish it might be.
It's very geo-political and written solidly from one angle, but I think richer for it. I won't say more as if I did the plot would be open and lose some of its impact. Definitely worth getting the trilogy, they get better as you plot through and I'd say worth every penny. Could do with an sub editor picking up all
the typos and grammatical mistakes but it's ok. They will begin to jar though. So if you like alt history and nuclear geopolitics you'll like the trilogy.
Highly recommended read.
I'm still not sure if the author is trying to win the reader over to what is without doubt a super biased view of the world, or is simply using it to tell a story. I hope the latter.