Conservation – James Flynn
CONSERVATION WAS MEANT TO BE A SECOND CHANCE FOR HUMANITY, BUT THIS SHIP FULL OF SECRETS AND MADNESS MAY PROVE TO BE ITS DOWNFALL
The Earth is dying, and humanity isn’t far behind. Overpopulation, famine and environmental destruction are ravaging the world. To many, the solution lies in the stars. There must be another world out there that humankind can use to start over.
Enter Conservation. This enormous ship provides its’ own self-sustaining ecosystem and society for the lucky selected passengers. Its creator, the Universal Mining Agency, selected poor, working-class citizens as its many passengers. To many on Earth, Conservation represents a brighter future.
It will become a drifting tomb.
As the years go by, the society on Conservation dramatically changes. Technicians back on Earth start noticing subtle clues that something is amiss. They are powerless when the ship descends into chaos. One lone passenger has unleashed a plague of violence and madness that could destroy all hope for humankind.
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About the Author
James Flynn was born in 1982 in Sidcup, Kent in the UK.
His love of books began at an early age, as did his fascination with the science fiction films that premiered during the eighties. This love of dystopian science fiction would prove to be a massive inspiration for him when writing his debut novel – Conservation.
Flynn’s aim when creating the book is to leave the reader scared, disturbed and wondering what Earth has in store for humanity in the future.
As well as writing, James spends his time drawing and painting portraits.