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Summary

Time travel meets apocalyptic weather event in this eagerly awaited sequel to The Time Bubble!

In 2029, Earth is facing a major climate catastrophe. An asteroid strike blankets the globe in dust and ash, blocking out the sunlight. Soon, temperatures begin to fall. As weather conditions worsen, the residents of a small market town in Southern England must make a decision - flee south or wait for the worst to pass. With power supplies failing and food scarce, survival is at stake as those with darker motives seek to take advantage of the situation. For those heading south, can the discovery of a new time bubble provide a way out?

Global Cooling is the second part in a series of time travel based stories which began with The Time Bubble. Set a decade after the main events of the first book, this story picks up the lives of the main characters as they reach their late 20s. The trilogy concludes with the final volume, Man Out of Time.

A number of spin-off novels featuring characters from the series are also available. These include Midlife Crisis, Rock Bottom, and My Tomorrow, Your Yesterday.

©2014 Jason Ayres (P)2019 Jason Ayres

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  • Daniel Lewis
  • 07-01-22

Another fun story in the Time Bubble Series.

You definitely wan to read or listen to the Time Bubble first as this fills in something from that book and you might be a little confused about some references in this book if you did not know the first book. Its a fun series that is well worth a credit.