The Tide Is Turning, and it Brings Change to Every Land and People in TIDEWATER by Emmie Mears
Emmie Mears explores the themes of climate change through a fantasy lens in her progressive and critically acclaimed Stonebreaker series.
By: BHC Press
"There is a growing impact and threat of climate change as well as important resources being lost in our world. The idea that people have broken something for their own profit and comfort and that it requires dramatic, radical action (and discomfort) to fix it, is on a lot of minds right now," says author Mears. "Much of humanity has a tendency to hoard resources, and many are not satisfied with 'enough,' which I address in this series. My hope is readers will connect with and understand that we are all one on this planet and that we can elicit positive change in our world."
In Tidewater, where once water was scarce, it now springs from the ground, traversing over land to the sea in the west. Several moons after the breaking of the stone that occurred in Hearthfire, book one in the Stonebreaker series, life is finding new balance in the Northlands. The tide is turning and with it comes hope.
Tidewater is published by BHC Press and is available in print and ebook at fine booksellers everywhere, including Barnes & Noble, Waterstones, Chapters/Indigo, and Amazon.
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Praise for the Stonebreaker Series
"Mears has crafted a highly detailed world…will leave readers eager for Carin's further adventures."
"This outstanding fantasy novel will resonate with readers in the real world..." —Booklist
"Mears' skilled storytelling make this emotional read stand out." —InD'Tale Magazine
About Emmie Mears: Emmie Mears writes the books they always needed to read about characters they wish they could be. Emmie is multilingual, autistic, agender, and a bad pescatarian. Emmie makes their home on planet Earth, and more specifically in Glasgow, Scotland with two rescued kitties who call Emmie a forever home.
About BHC Press: BHC Press is an award-winning publisher of general fiction and nonfiction hardcover, softcover, and ebooks for both YA and adults. To learn more, visit their website at www.bhcpress.com.