From Thine Own Well

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About the author:
Norm Hamilton (1951- ) has lived in Whitehorse, Yukon for 40 years and is currently on an extended travel Vancouver Island with his wife, Anna, where he is meeting people and experiencing new adventures to write about. He is a photographer and freelance writer. He is currently enjoying Lake Cowichan, B.C.

Norm has written one non-fiction book, "The Digital Eye." It is a compilation of articles for people wanting to improve their photography skills or for those who want to learn digital photography.

His latest project is a novel titled, "From Thine Own Well," a story about a dystopian Canadian society brought about by unrestricted gas fracking and irresponsible mining techniques. It all began with a FIPI agreement in 2012 that left the federal government open to lawsuits - that they lost.

From Thine Own Well

Authored by Norm Hamilton
Cover design or artwork by Elliot Hamilton-Boucher

They said it couldn’t happen here—They were wrong!

This exhilarating book chronicles Canada in full socioeconomic collapse. A series of ill-conceived international accords brought government to its knees and under corporatist rule.

Unrestricted fracking and irresponsible mining practices contaminated major watersheds and underground streams, the precious fluid noxious. Individual freedom has been cast aside. The sole purpose of The Coalition is to ensure profits for its corporate members.

Nature responds with a devastating natural disaster.

A tragic encounter with a young family draws Landon McGuire, a middle aged loner, into the intrigue. He meets Nora, a nurse actively fighting the corruption and abuse. They band together with a group of unknown, everyday people and one dog to combat The Coalition and its impact on Canadian lives and the environment.

The story weaves through human relationships, dissension, fast action and resolve as they encourage others to fight back and regain their rights. Are they the unknown hope for Canada’s future? Will they set the bar for the rest of Canada?

Enter a dystopian Canadian society that reviewers agree is frighteningly feasible.

The year is 2036 ...

Publication Date:
Nov 28 2013
0991831535 / 9780991831531
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.25" x 8"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Science Fiction / General

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