As I stare into a blank computer screen, the idea of a world all but covered in water, my only thought, I begin to pen the book that would one day be called, “Rising Tide.” My biggest fear was that this in some way would be misconstrued as another “Water World” even though that was far from the reality.
Imagine if you will, as I have said earlier, a world covered mainly in water but with land still available. The Appalachian range was now the east coast; the Mississippi River had become a tidal basin; the Great Lakes was now one huge body of water referred to as the Great Lake; and the area between the Sierra Nevada’s and the Rocky Mountains now formed Grand Canyon Bay. World wide only cities built higher than 2000 feet above pre-twenty-first century sea level survived the deluge. In the Bay of America, only one drilling platform remained in the world simply because it could supply all the crude the world needed.
Chaos ensued until the pollution from underwater cities and tank-farms could be cleaned not by man but the regenerative powers of the Earth. The economy settled into a “have” and “have-nots” scenario causing an economic nightmare for most of the population. As the two sides settled into their respective roles the silent but treacherous struggle for power began.
A world on the brink of civil war…
Can the growing supernatural power rescue this world …or is all lost?