In 2045, the forests are burning, the oceans are rising, corruption is growing, and a group of scientists take matters into their own hands. This is their confession
Books Jacqui Recommends
The intersection of science and witchcraft, with a timely dose of the CDC thrown in there for good measure. If anyone can do it justice, it's microbiologist Rachael Sparks. Looking forward to this one!
A disgraced CDC doc investigating an illness in coastal Maine unearths a 300-year-old mystery that echoes her present case. She soon learns there is a fine, salted line between witchcraft and medicine . . . and that history often rhymes.
Much like the recent hit Queen's Gambit, I see this appealing to those who like to see a fictional twist added to an everyday, yet exclusive world they've never explored - in this case, Wikipedia behind-the-scenes. Looking forward to seeing this develop!
Most Infopendium editors are volunteers. But billionaires & governments are paying hired gun editors to change the content of the web encyclopedia. On the cusp of a global pandemic, the editors must race to defend the truth against disinformation.
Immediately immersed in the story and in the characters, and looking forward to seeing where it leads.