Spotlight with Giveaway ~ Radical: With Billions of Lives at Stake, What Would You Do? by Paul Scott

Publisher: CreateSpace (April 21, 2017)
Genre: Political
ISBN-10: 1545493499
ISBN-13: 978-1545493496
Buy: Amazon, Kindle, IndieBound, The Book Depository


"As a kid, Cody had an idyllic life in small-town America. He was a popular boy who excelled at running and loved deeply his girlfriend, Jazzie. But just when Cody thinks life is great, fate takes an unexpected and horrible turn. Devastated by this, and the subsequent attacks of 9/11, Cody joins the Army thinking he’ll avenge the wrongs done to his country by fighting in Afghanistan. Instead, he is sent to Iraq where he learns that the war is about oil even as he is forced to kill on behalf of his country. He returns home a changed man and moves in with a left-wing high-powered attorney who pursues cases against the oil and gas industries. Over the years, this man educates Cody about his work and beliefs.

Cody begins to believe climate change will, in the end, kill more people than even Hitler did, and that there is no political solution. Traumatized by the war and indoctrinated with a set of radical beliefs, he concludes he must kill the people responsible for climate change. He draws up list of targets and plans his travels to kill them. On the eve of setting out to assassinate these men, Cody meets a beautiful woman — first woman he’s had feelings for since Jazzie. And so he leaves for his mission conflicted, believing he’ll likely die in pursuit of his goals, and this just as he first wishes to live again."

Thanks to the publicist I have one (1) copy of Radical to give away.

Giveaway open to residents of the US only.
Giveaway ends on November 17th

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Winner will have 48 hours from the time of notification to confirm their win or another winner will be chosen.

Paul Scott is an environmentalist and for the past 14 years has been an activist and advocate for renewable electricity and electric transportation. He has sold electric cars and solar energy. He’s well known in these industries as a thought leader, a speaker, and an activist. He’s followed the science on climate change and sees the deadly, expensive and long-lasting effects it will have both on society and the planet’s flora and fauna.




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