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Offical Facebook page of the author of Malevolent Tide, an intriguing, inspiring, Christian thriller. Release Date: 4.8.14

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Christian, Husband, Father, Writer, Scientist
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Bible, The Case for the Real Jesus, This Present Darkness, State of Fear, Jurrasic Park
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by the way,  Paolo Bacigalupi is sometimes called a sci fi writer and sometimes now as a cli fi writer, cli fi being a new genre term for climate themed novels and short stories and movies. see wiki page for "cli fi" or just google it and there are some "cli fi" videos here at Youtube. In your POV, are his novels veering towards CLI FI, or are they solidly sci fi, why or why not and both answers are fine, one or the other or even a third option. DISH! I love his work. GO GO GO, Paolo.

see more cli fi news backstory at
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CLI FI BOOKS in Canada at
clifibooks.com
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''Godzilla​, Into the Storm and More Summer Cli-Fi Thrillers" headline TIME magazine MAY 19 cover date issue on sale now
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This was a scary read, I understand why it is called an ecological thriller! The tricky thing about Nygårdshaug's ecological books is that it is fact mixed with fiction, and very often it is impossible to seperate the two. Knowing how the author exaggerates characters and plot to create awareness and symphaty, I do not take it all too seriously, and yet there are too many facts to ignore. Understand how I find it a bit creepy?
Nygårdshaug writes as beautiful as always with vivid and detailed knowledge and descriptions. Moreover the topic of our detoriating biological diversity and increasing problems with climate, sustainable resources, economy and demographical changes, is more important than ever. Hence Nygårdshaug has written a beautiful novel which creates awareness and thought around the problems the world society has to meet, and ends the novel with the big question: are there other ways out of those problems than destruction of either the planet or the human species?
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 Paolo Bacigalupi is said as ['bachi-ga-LOO-bee"] in English but appears to be an Italian name from the old mother country of Italy. "bee" or "pee" at the end? anyone knows best way to say it. he says it here very well in video.
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