• Saving Earth

  • And Why I Almost Didn't
  • By: James Garmisch
  • Narrated by: Matthew Taylor
  • Length: 2 hrs and 43 mins
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Doctor Ravi, alien qualified trauma surgeon, or space vet, is humanity’s last hope - only he’s a train wreck. His unpeopled rebel leader grandma has just informed him of a government cover-up involving an extinction-level attack by Earth’s archenemy, the Munchers. Earth’s wartime victory was a lie. To make matters worse, the planetary government has disbanded the military. He’s not a soldier, a spy, nor does he even own a car. Dragged and in denial, Ravi finds himself teamed up with a rebel SF cyborg, with a few screws loose, and a beautiful hybrid on a last-ditch mission to save an oblivious population more consumed with self-gratification than survival. Hilarious, unfiltered, and action-packed, Saving Earth is a satirical novella offering a cutting glimpse into a world where sometimes anonymity is not an option.

©2021 James Garmisch (P)2021 James Garmisch

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Fun satire

Satire is most fun when you can relate to it. Poking fun at our current (absurd) culture and politics, this book has plenty of laugh-out-loud moments. There's tons of material out there, and Saving Earth includes a lot of it, from technologies that guide your every move to entirely different realities existing on the coasts vs. inland. Oh, and throw in hostile aliens and you have a great romp through a future reality.