The world of Nae-Née has undergone a tremendous change. 6.8 billion human beings were Culled within the space of a year. Human beings – each one unique, many talented – have been erased. The world has rebuilt itself, adjusting to the new reality of the damage wrought by human overpopulation and resource depletion. Most of the world is underwater, and a new order has been iThe world of Nae-Née has undergone a tremendous change. 6.8 billion human beings were Culled within the space of a year. Human beings – each one unique, many talented – have been erased. The world has rebuilt itself, adjusting to the new reality of the damage wrought by human overpopulation and resource depletion. Most of the world is underwater, and a new order has been imposed with the old. The old world order includes universal use of Nae-Née, the nanite birth control device, continues. Anyone wishing to reproduce must still get a license to do so. No license will be granted before a death has been recorded. However, thanks to Hamish’s Regenics serum, some people are living extended lifespans, so fewer births are to be authorized. Avril continues to be concerned by what she knows about the past year. The Cull was not a natural plague: it was genocide. The Farmers of the world – elites with access to the bulk of financial and other wealth – orchestrated the Cull. They are banksters, hedge fundsters, and corporatists. It is Avril who has dubbed them “Farmers” due to their treatment of humans as a crop to be managed. She must find a way to make this crime transparent to all while remaining out of reach. The Farmers are a pernicious threat, one that must be addressed. Until then, the new world order will be one of fear and manipulation by the powerful few. The conclusion to the Nae-Née series takes the reader to a Florida that is mostly underwater and to the International Criminal Court in The Hague, the Netherlands. A changed world that includes farms and orchards in every town, electric vehicles, and a currency that is created by the planet’s governments instead of its banksters is shown. The story is accompanied, as are the other installments, by a detailed bibliography of sources....
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NEW WORLD ORDER UNDERWATER is a thoughtful but cautionary look at a bleak future, where rising oceans have flooded heavily-populated coastal areas and overpopulation pushed world governments to launch the Cull, which reduced the Earth's inhabitants to half a billion people through a nanotechnology-delivered cancer. The book is filled with scientific ideas, particularly in its discussion of the modern food chain and its effects on human health, as organic farming is a huge part of the post-Cull planet. So, too, are renewable energy sources like solar and wind. Environmental issues play a prominent role; honeybee farming is a prominent topic. The nanotechonolgy angle is interesting, both in how it is used in the Cull and in how the main characters devise a method to counteract it. The pace moves quickly and while I won't dive into spoiler territory, I found the plot engaging from beginning to end as the narrator and her cohorts try to expose the conspiracies behind the depopulating of Earth, and lift the veil on the dark forces managing the human race as a renewable crop. I highly recommend NEW WORLD ORDER UNDERWATER. Part science fiction, part dystopian political thriller, it's a solid and thought-provoking story.