End of the World

  • by Bruce Weaver
  • Narrated by Paul Hughes
  • 2 hrs and 1 mins
  • Radio/TV Program

Publisher's Summary

There is a growing global unrest. A large faction of people from all walks of life, both young and old, feel they are being affected by an outside source, sharing a deep-rooted fear that all is not right. Many feel that time itself is moving too fast, that they are traumatized by the pressure to keep up with the ever-changing landscape around us, leaving many paralyzed and overwhelmed by the cacophony and mindless chatter of technology that pervades every aspect of their lives. Are we losing ourselves amidst this modern world? Are we living a lie under the charade of an advanced and civilized society, all while we are destroying life on Earth - polluting our air, food, water, and ultimately our minds while destroying species, habitat, and even human lives on a daily basis? Are labor-saving devices, products, and services for anything and everything erasing our true selves or simply making our lives easier?
Since the industrial revolution, man has continued to distance himself from the world in which we came, a world of flora and fauna to which we were once deeply connected throughout our evolution. Now many experts feel we are no longer in the age of common sense, that we are just steps away from a truly Orwellian existence, and that we are now devolving to the point of no return.


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-30-2015
  • Publisher: Reality Entertainment