Climate of Change
A Powerful and Passionate Saga of Human HistoryGeodyssey (Volume 5)
This new novel in Anthony's "Geodyssey" series follows a pair of lovers from the earliest proto-humans on the savannahs of Africa to the near future, as they are reincarnated through time and space.
A remarkable epic of passion and courage, savagery and survival, Piers Anthony's "Geodyssey" is a saga unlike any ever written. It is nothing less than the story of humanity itself, told through the lives of a handful of extraordinary men and women reborn throughout history.
Now, with Climate of Change, Anthony introduces us to a new cast of characters, including Keeper, who knows the ways of nature, Rebel, a headstrong girl as brave as any man, Craft, a cunning inventor, and Crenelle, who uses her seductive charms to defend her people.
Through their eyes, we see how some of the most crucial moments in human history have been driven by natural forces, from the great ice ages of prehistory to the droughts and plagues that have destroyed history's proudest civilizations. And we witness a harsh but hopeful future in which humanity at last transcends the devastating effects of climate change.
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Praise for Climate of Change
“Ambitious in scope and intent, Isle Of Woman is an impressively crafted weaving of tales that present a larger picture of the human odyssey. Readers of Auel's Clan of the Cave Bear as well as dedicated Anthony fans will find this particular book to be a unique presentation that is both engaging and informative.” —VOYA on Isle of Woman
“Isle Of Woman is a message book, as the author freely admits...But Anthony knows better than to just preach. First and foremost he tells a story, an adult story, filling the book with sex, adventure and the struggle to survive, and casting it with women drawn as brave and clever and resolute as his men. He also gives us a tale of eternal love, between soul mates Blaze and Ember, separated by circumstance and living their separate routes through history, never reincarnating in quite the same place at the same time.” —Wichita Eagle on Isle of Woman