Local Author Kimberly Kay Day's Novel "A Society Gone Forever" Presents 2012-Style Environmental Apocalypse
Released by The Chicago Press Release on November 13, 2009
Just in time for the release of Roland Emmerich’s epic adventure film 2012, writer Kimberly Kay Day is putting a whole new spin on the fate and state of the world that we live in.
Day’s powerful novel, A Society Gone Forever, provides a fresh and insightful look at the toll humans are taking on the environment, the animals and the planet.
Keenly combining science fiction, history, and poetry, A Society Gone Forever presents a totally unique perspective on preservation.
By examining the societies of the past and present, Day sheds new light on the potential fate of our collective future.
A Society Gone Forever is set in the year 2500 and glimpses a world ruled by a race of human-like robots—a world with only one human survivor after the Earth’s destruction in 2020.
Taking a cue from Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, A Society Gone Forever looks forward to inspire readers to consider the ways in which their actions impact the world around them.
This novel is a must-read for anyone concerned about saving the animals and our planet from extinction.
Day’s captivating book also pays tribute to some of the most important environmentalists and writers of our time, such as Steve “The Crocodile Hunter” Irwin and Rachel Carson.
A Society Gone Forever is now available for purchase at Barnes & Noble and Publish America.
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