The Rhesus Factor
by Sonny Whitelaw
Publisher: Double Dragon Publishing 2005
Number of pages: 187
The Rhesus Factor is an SF novel about the impact of climate change on us as a global society. It charts the systematic breakdown of our health care system, the closure of hospitals, the failure of insurance companies in the light of increasingly devastating weather events, and the subsequent economic crisis that eventually leads to the dispossession of people right across the country.
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