Freak weather conditions, unusual solar activity, strange behaviour from animals across the globe: a bleak mood hangs over the nations of the world as they struggle to counter these frustrating disruptions to the regular business of modern life.ButMoreFreak weather conditions, unusual solar activity, strange behaviour from animals across the globe: a bleak mood hangs over the nations of the world as they struggle to counter these frustrating disruptions to the regular business of modern life.But these persistent and unexplained events are merely a prelude to what lies in wait: they are the warning signs of an unstoppable wave of danger soon to be unleashed- danger moulded by the mighty Cause, a long-forgotten force of nature enraged by mankind’s abuse of the planet.Dante Armstrong is a bright young astrophysicist desperately attempting to understand the origin of the solar disturbances under the guidance of Julius Ogden, his old and reclusive adviser.
Charlie Cole is a thoughtful schoolboy from Greenwich, London- his twin sister Gracie is full of life, passion and energy. All seemingly ordinary, unassuming and unaware of the dire threat which awaits them.They will soon openly face the wrath of Cause, who schemes to eradicate mankind through a sequence of devastating natural disasters and the unstoppable power of the living world. As this god-like enemy and his long-hidden creations reveal themselves and unleash their first deadly attacks, Dante, Charlie and Gracie are drawn into a dramatic race for survival against the awesome power of nature.
They soon discover that Julius knows many old secrets concerning a terrifying truth underlying the gods and myths of the past, through which Cause has ever striven to contain mankind.But will their quick thinking, luck and a little old knowledge be sufficient to keep hope alive for the human race?The Wild Earth is a beautifully written novel for our time, wonderfully drawing together a heady mix of science, mythology and spiritualism into a surprising, thrilling and fast-moving adventure.
Humanity has never been in such trouble …