Fracking invades the Everglades. A fact! Cloning Galinda tells you what will happen.

Posted by jsmolders - July 11th, 2018

Read CLONING GALINDA, an ecothriller that describes grippingly what can happen when big oil attacks a town. “A cracking read… Bluebell Review… Not only is fracking a subject close to my heart but Jan Smolder’s cracking tale more than does justice to this one, and held my attention from start to finish. The residents of Noredge, Ohio, are largely divided into those who oppose fracking and those, whether from need or greed, accept the company, Supren’s, money in exchange for allowing the noisy and dangerous machinery to move into their properties to search for oil. Although comprising a large cast, built around Mary Jenkins (vehemently oppose to fracking), I had no difficulty in following the characters and their absorbing relationships, in the exciting twists and turns of the plot. References to Rodin’s ‘Thinker’ and Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony add a welcome cultured touch – this is a far cry from ‘red neck’ territory.
We are cleverly kept guessing as to the identity of Galinda but I found the eventual answer well worth the wait. A cracking read!!”PICT07132014-finalist-sticker-200

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Jan Smolders, author of Viral Games, The Convenient Fund and The Bridge of Whispers carries Belgian and USA passports, has lived in Belgium, Japan and Singapore, and resides in Florida. Read More...