The Contraception Virus by Michael Gray

The problem that nobody wants to address can no longer be ignored.

The inevitable conflict over natural resources, especially fresh water, is coming to a head with the uncontrolled rise in human global population. Something must be done!

Anno's team is a new concept and the result of many government's cooperation but it quickly exceeds its original brief and instigates global change in thinking and approach to the problem. What is initially interpreted as a nuclear threat turns out to be a way of reducing global numbers but it would be unacceptable if made public. Anno soon discovers that his objective is not shared by everyone and some are prepared to use the ultimate sanction to protect their interests.

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  • First submitted April 27, 2013
  • Last updated April 27, 2013
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  • tecmic's avatar
    tecmic Author wrote 1 year, 11 months ago
    [QUOTE] Hello Michael, This is a first comment after a brief look through chapter 1. I have not read any of your work before. The scope of what you are trying to do here is incredible. From what I have read so far it seems that your protagonist is tackling head-on at a topmost international level a variety of issues relating to water scarcity, over-population, over-use of non-renewable resources and the like. Clearly, he is deeply committed to this, continuing ...
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  • Fiona Haven's avatar
    Fiona Haven wrote 1 year, 11 months ago
    Hello Michael, This is a first comment after a brief look through chapter 1. I have not read any of your work before. The scope of what you are trying to do here is incredible. From what I have read so far it seems that your protagonist is tackling head-on at a topmost international level a variety of issues relating to water scarcity, over-population, over-use of non-renewable resources and the like. Clearly, he is deeply committed to this, continuing despite ...
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