Ronald J. Fischer’s Book ‘Cities in Orbit and the End is Near’ Explores a Future in Which Cities Have Been Built in Orbit for People to Escape the Horrible Conditions on Earth

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Oct 3, 2022

Fulton Books author Ronald J. Fischer, who holds a BS and MS in electrical engineering and a second master’s degree in mathematics, has completed his most recent book “Cities in Orbit and the End is Near”: a gripping and fascinating tale following Tom Stevens and his new life above the earth in new cities designed to curb the climate and overpopulation crises of Earth.

“In the late twenty-first century, the world had neglected to pay enough attention to climate change and was in bad shape,” writes Fischer. “The temperature of the earth and the oceans was high and rising fast. The ocean levels were rising; tornadoes, hurricanes, and flooding were increasing. The world population had reached 10 billion and was overcrowded. The crime rate in the United States was very high. One result of this was the construction of cities in orbit, which were very large cylinders that rotated about their axes. Millions of people had moved up there to get away from the earth, including Thomas Stevens, whose father was a key figure in the construction of the Cities in Orbit and who encouraged Tom to get an apartment in the sky. This is the action-packed story of Tom and his women.”

Published by Fulton Books, Ronald J. Fischer’s book portrays a fictional but all too possible future that springs forth from ignoring the Earth’s climate crisis currently threatening the entire human population. Expertly paced and full of suspense, this character-driven tale will leave readers spellbound as they follow Tom through his new life above the Earth in his thrilling tale of survival.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Cities in Orbit and the End is Near” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books

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