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Iceapelago 2091: My New Cli-Fi Novel by Peter Brennan

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The sequel to Iceapelago has already received a very positive review –

Reviewed By Susan Sewell for Readers’ Favorite

Irish survivors battle the elements, the wildlife, and invaders after a world-changing event in the brilliant dystopian novel.

Iceapelago 2091 by Peter Brennan.

When the Gulf Stream changed, Ireland was struck by tsunamis and was inundated with water until it became thirty separate islands. Each island is governed by Six, and a Sheriff keeps the peace. They all answer to the Commander located in Dundrum Centre.

When Jane Madden, the Commander’s aide, receives intelligence that Winter Day is arriving a month early and will descend within a few days, she is worried. Passing the information to those responsible for transporting supplies to the islands’ inhabitants, she discovers that things are even worse than she imagined. Their drones are down, and the winter storm has seriously damaged all but a couple of the cruisers.

In the meantime, polar bears are attacking residents, arctic foxes are spreading a deadly virus, and a Welsh faction is planning to invade and take over Iceapelago. Can the islands survive the dangerous onset of winter? Or will they fall prey to those that stalk them?

Set in twenty-first-century Ireland, Iceapelago 2091 by Peter Brennan is a thrilling dystopian novel.

Based on changes in the earth’s climate, the story is not too improbable and easily imagined. The era setting is impressive and quite realistic, melding well with the story world. Moving at a brisk pace and filled with suspense and drama, the book is impossible to put down once you start reading. Skillfully written, the story has fully developed characters, a suspenseful plot, and a captivating storyline. The extraordinary Iceapelago 2091 promises to delight everyone who relishes narratives with dystopian settings that resemble reality with exciting and dramatic scenes.

Find out more here: https://www.iceapelago.com/books/iceapelago-2091/

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