Dawn on Earth: Defending Hope by Albert Richard Corne is a science fiction adventure with an ecological heart. Four beings-a stranded alien, a sentient megacomputer, a world monarch and a disenchanted scientist-troubled by the effects of increased global warming, band together to try to save both the planet and themselves from ecological destruction and ruthless alien slavers. Beautifully written and filled with unique characters, Dawn on Earth also explores the potential failure of techlogy, common sense and ideals. Riveting from first page to last, Dawn on Earth is sure to have book clubs talking
Albert Richard Corne formerly practiced medicine in Lafayette, Louisiana, where he still lives and writes. A lifelong resident of Cajun country, he delights in the area's lively people, music, and food, and he enjoys frequent spirited games of disc golf under moss covered oaks. He is currently working on his fifth novel.