Full Moon Sto

Full Moon Sto
The year is 2080. C. John Coombes opens his novel by painting a vivid picture of society and life in the not too distant future. The portrayal serves as a backdrop for a gripping story of suspense. The United States and Europe have fallen to the wayside. China assumes its place as the financial powerhouse of the world. New York has been nick-named New China, after both the corporegion NEW CHINA and its colossal Manhattan headquarters complex, a mega-structure that dwarfs anything previously built by man. The world is a place of peace and self-gratification, a place where most people do not work, but pursue hobbies and interests. Immortality is virtually guaranteed. The population has exploded. Real estate, especially in the congested areas, is virtually impossible to purchase or acquire even by the wealthiest of corporegions. The conscience of the populous is increasingly alarmed by the new era of large scale construction, and its role in the accelerated devastation of natural habitat. Inevitably, the ruthless tactics of corporegions that continue to destroy the natural world collide with those citizens that are committed to its salvation. In an unprecedented move, unexpectedly bold and violent, the conflict is settled once and for all—leaving a lesson learned not only for New Yorkers, but for all peoples of the world.
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The year is 2080. C. John Coombes opens his novel by painting a vivid picture of society and life in the not too distant future. The portrayal serves as a backdrop for a gripping story of suspense. The United States and Europe have fallen to the wayside. China assumes its place as the financial powerhouse of the world.

New York has been nick-named New China, after both the corporegion NEW CHINA and its colossal Manhattan headquarters complex, a mega-structure that dwarfs anything previously built by man.

The world is a place of peace and self-gratification, a place where most people do not work, but pursue hobbies and interests. Immortality is virtually guaranteed. The population has exploded. Real estate, especially in the congested areas, is virtually impossible to purchase or acquire even by the wealthiest of corporegions.

The conscience of the populous is increasingly alarmed by the new era of large scale construction, and its role in the accelerated devastation of natural habitat. Inevitably, the ruthless tactics of corporegions that continue to destroy the natural world collide with those citizens that are committed to its salvation.

In an unprecedented move, unexpectedly bold and violent, the conflict is settled once and for all—leaving a lesson learned not only for New Yorkers, but for all peoples of the world.

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Genres: Fiction, Science Fiction, Thriller
Publisher: C J Coombes Studio
Publication Year: 2014
ASIN: B00MER52E6
ISBN: 9781941623909
List Price: $14.99
eBook Price: $3.99
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C. J. Coombes

A lifelong resident of Michigan, C John Coombes was born to an artist. He spent his younger years heavily involved in art. In the sixth grade, his teacher and the school principal accused him of lying for claiming to have drawn a set of three charcoal renderings. The school summoned his parents for a meeting where his father stood up as a witness to his son’s work.Proud father indeed. John went on to win a scholarship in high school for his artistic abilities. In order to qualify for financial assistance, John was required to take an aptitude exam for art. He achieved the highest score ever seen by the testing staff. He attended a Kendall School of Design, now a department of Ferris State University, and upon graduation as a Graphics Designer, Hallmark Cards asked him to join their team. He was unable to accept a position due to his draft status and so entered the US Army as an illustrator.After his tour of duty, which included a medal of commendation for artwork relevant to the presentations of the Commander in Chief of Allied Forces Southern Europe, he returned to open an art and photography studio, later incorporated into an advertising agency, and even working alongside his father in the graphics department of Amway Corporation. In his mid-thirties, John changed careers to participate in the birth of computerized machining for the plastic injection mold industry, a cutting-edge technology, where he ended his career as the final dimensional inspector for outgoing product, and implementer of the ISO quality control program, which he maintained until his retirement. John retired early to pursue writing full time after transferring his need for creative release from artwork to the written word.

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