Thanks so much to Annelie Wendeberg for letting us know about her science fiction series 1/2986. Amy uses the latest IPCC report and newest publications on climate change as a basis for her world-building. She was also an environmental scientist for 20 years. Please see more at Amy’s website.
“Think of your darkest memory, and know that what is coming will be unimaginably worse. All your days. Every night. You’ll hate me for it. You’ll hate me as much as you can hate. I promise you that.”
Our world changed – our climate, our ecosystems, our food and water supply. Our survival stands on a knife’s edge. Ten billion lives are lost. Three million survived. War is coming. This is our story.
3.9 rating based on 914 ratings (all editions)
The world is coming to an end.
And all you've been told about it are lies.
After the Great Pandemic, 1/2986th of humanity are left clawing for survival. One more death doesn’t make a difference, does it?
Micka is barely sixteen when she decides to kill herself. She doesn’t fit in, doesn’t understand people or social rules. She doesn’t even understand herself. To her, all words have flavors, and emotions come with such force that she can’t help but carve them into her skin.
Only hours before her meticulously planned suicide, she meets Runner - a mysterious stranger who makes an offer she finds hard to reject: a life far away from home as a Sequencer’s apprentice.
There are only two rules:
Based in scientific reality, the 1/2986 Climate Fiction Saga presents a terrifying glimpse into our possible future and the costs of climate change.
An emotional tour de force that will appeal to fans of THE HUNGER GAMES and THE HANDMAID'S TALE
Book 2: Fog
Sixteen year-old Micka is rumoured to be the key to humanity’s survival. But there’s no time to care about hearsay when the Brothers and Sisters of the Apocalypse commence global genocide. Micka’s world is ruled by terror, her friends are dying. All she can do is aim, fire, reload.
4.1 rating based on 377 ratings (all editions)
Sixteen year-old Micka is rumoured to be the key to humanity's survival. But there's no time to care about hearsay when the Brothers and Sisters of the Apocalypse commence global genocide. Micka's world is ruled by terror, her friends are dying. All she can do is aim, fire, reload.
Warning: This book does not attempt to prettify war. Do not buy if you abhor violence, intense language, and non-explicit sex.
Book 3: Ice
Fog left readers hanging, and Ice begins with a fall. Literally. As the story unfolds, we find out what happened to Micka over the past two years at the hands of the BSA. Now, the scars that she carved on her flesh as a child is nothing compared to the ones that she carries inside. As she undertakes a journey to destroy the BSA, she also finds the courage to heal and trust.
Gritty, brutal, and at times, beautiful. This dystopian novel explores both the light and dark of humanity and kept me turn
4.3 rating based on 321 ratings (all editions)
Author(s): Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
“I wonder how people back then prepared for battle; if they found it more important to win and come out alive, or if bringing down their enemies, knowing their loved ones at home remained safe was what made them go out in the first place.
I don’t have any loved ones at home. I don’t even have a home. I don’t miss those things and never did. But should anyone ever ask me why I’m going to war against the BSA, my answer would be simple: revenge.
I cannot forgive.”
This book is not for sissies. Stay away if you can’t deal with F-bombs, C-bombs, war, sex, and animals being killed and eaten.