Publisher: Three Faced Media
Publishing date: April 29th, 2015
Purchase Link: Amazon.co.uk
Synopsis: What if you realized the world faced an apocalyptic future of devastation and destruction from pollution, overpopulation and global warming… and you knew how to stop it… What would you do?
“Four” is a book that present a unique perspective on current issues such as disease, global warming, and overpopulation. Soon it also becomes a science versus faith debate, by partnering up two main characters: one which rely on science and one with all his faith in God. Both the viewpoints are well presented.
The characters seem realistic and their actions are well founded. Each of the characters present their own set of morals and values, which makes them more like individual people and less than characters on a page.
My problem with this book was how it was formatted, as every time the author started on a new line it was a double space. This made it hard to distinguish between paragraphs and semi-paragraphs and made the copy the book seem less professional. However, pushing through the story was worth it in the end.