The Next Ice Age
About the Book
Happiness is a scarce commodity in 2037. Judge John Benson presides over the Great Court of Political Correctness as European citizen 761 B23 NP46, also known as Kenneth Mackenzie, is proclaimed guilty of blasphemy for denying the existence of global warming.
The young Mackenzie is both a scientist and a genius on a quest to discover what lies at the root of political correctness. When the court presses him to agree that global warming exists, Mackenzie refuses and is immediately caught in a violent struggle that results in the murder of a high figure of political correctness. After Mackenzie manages to defy death and a labor camp sentence, he is rescued by a strange knight who takes him on a journey on horseback to a cave where he learns he must assist on a mission to rescue Scotland from the tyrannies of political correctness.
As Mackenzie and his colleagues become involved in a race against time to find a solution to political correctness which is taking over the Earth at an alarming rate, they also must determine if political correctness and Nazism are the same phenomenon. What they find in their quest for the truth will be both unexpected and profoundly shocking.
About the Author
Francis A. Andrew was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, and currently works in the Middle East. Although not a professional scientist, he takes an interest in examining the religious, moral, and political aspects behind today’s developing science and technology industries. He is the author of Pathogens from the Cosmos and A Science Fantasia.