Allison gets caught up in the environmental cause, an FBI agent seems to need her help and a corrupt detective has his own agenda as she’s placed in difficult situations leading her to try and find the activist mother for her son,Sam. You will fall in love with him as he tries to assimilate in worlds that are foreign to him and one man named Sipho enters both his life and Allison’s and events get tense, truths about the environment are revealed as Allison notices what happens to the fishkill, the deaths of so many fish and learning about the possibility of toxic substances being sprayed into the air which could kill an entire village or more. How does this all create even more tension and suspense as Allison faces more challenges, Parole Officer, more encounters with the law and possibly losing the freedom she gained. But she’s determined to find Gida and get to the bottom of why she left and disappeared. A world of ecological terrorism is at the heart of this novel. Allison learns lessons about herself and realizes she is placing her freedom in danger but us determined to stop what is going to happen in the environment by these eco terrorists and the toxic spraying that is being planned. Added we get to know Sopho and how he bonds with Sam.
Throughout the novel, we can visualize the devastation created by the land developer, the contaminated water, the sludge, and the death of the fish.
Allison becomes a pawn in Tanner’s plot to take down what has been set in motion and she is hoping to prevent by fully the clues left by Gida. Her blog might have leads but plus her Facebook page. What exactly did Raf do and why blow up her car? How far would someone sacrifice their life to prevent and stop the spraying? What role does using a drone and stopping it from spraying? What about the farmer? The detective in her trail, Sipho need to be found and whereis Sam?
Chapter 34 is where you the reader will experience what happens when the protest comes and the drone spray bursts open and hug won’t believe what is experienced. The poison will fall, lives are in danger and the app that Frank gave Allison will stop the carnage?
An ending so heartfelt, heartbreaking, and yet so well depicted as author Geoffrey Wells reminds us of the importance to protect the environment, our water supply, our fish, our animals, air quality, and more. Meet Allison who is unstoppable, Sam who is learning how to be independent, Raf and Christina, and Ira helping Allison to survive and hopefully succeed. Freedom: precious and dear: how far will you go to protect yours? Some endings are beginnings and others conclusions as each character deals with it in his: her way.
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