THE GRASS IS ALWAYS BROWNER
This speculative fiction novel begins 250 years in the future when Australia is governed by the Yabras, an indigenous dynasty. Abajoe, 21, lives with family members in an empty apartment building in deserted Meanjin, the state capital city evacuated after famine and flooded by risen sea level. He grows food hydroponically and experiments with hybrid meat animals, half rabbit and half possum, to discover population limits by dynamic modelling under harsh Australian conditions, with grass always browned by drought. His findings influence immigration policy and relations with Bhakaria, a crowded neighbouring nation with territorial ambitions. The epic story follows his life and loves as Prime Minister in a culturally divided nation, surviving by insurrection and forging a new future for all the people from experience of sectarian conflict in history.
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Posted on April 29, 2021, in Australia, The Grass is Always Browner and tagged civil war, Climate change, dynastic rule, Famine, immigration, population, Religion. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on THE GRASS IS ALWAYS BROWNER.