Death of All Life On Earth III
About the Book
Early in the Period of Death, the drug cartels of Central America and northern South America welcomed the millions of people from the north into their gigantic pens from which there was no escape. The pens were dozens of miles on a side; it was hell on earth, as the only thing there was to eat was each other. The gangs survived the apocalypse by trading, killing and eating these millions of victims. And when the captives were gone, the gangs ate each other. But some survived.
About the Author
He was born and raised in a tiny prairie town, had a career as a scientist, traveled the world and developed a deep respect for American Heritage. His background helped him thoroughly research the science involved in climate change and recognize the fragile and critical part carbon dioxide plays for life on earth. He also recognizes the catastrophe involved with any decrease in this vital atmospheric gas and writes about it in this four-book series.