158 x 235 x 20mm
A true story, about to happen . . .
It is the year 2007. The weather is now wreaking turmoil on the planet. Hurricanes, cyclones, tsunamis, floods, fires, droughts and diseases are sweeping the world with increasingly frequency and severity. The poor countries are worst hit, but even the rich ones are no longer immune from major disruption. Even big business is worried.
In April 2007, the animals take matters into their own hands. An enormous pod of whales sinks a whale-killing submarine. Massive flocks of pelicans close airports around the world. Huge herds of cattle bring freeways everywhere to a halt, burying cars under mountains of steaming dung.
Desperate to find a solution to the global chaos, the President of the United States calls on the world's top scientists to explain what is happening and how to stop it. One man, his daughter and her dog hold the key. But before things can get better, they have to a get a great deal worse.
'2007' is an exciting, even frightening, novel of the near future. Robyn Williams brings his scientific and environmental expertise to this fast-paced, intriguing story of corporate greed, governmental bungling and innocence triumphant.