Karla Fetrow’s “The Icelandic Accord” is the end of the dystopian novel because the bleak future has already arrived. And it’s refreshing as a cold glass of water to know that humanity may still be capable of solving the world’s problems through intellect and heart instead of more CGI explosions…
The Icelandic Accord
The ultimate sci-fi doesn’t just deal with future technologies or aliens invasions. It also deals with the human condition.
Karla Fetrow- The Council is back in chambers with accusations of piracy on every tongue. Young news reporter, Beverley Strom, catches a word with Congressman Oyagek that prompts her G-Net sponsor to call her.
Karla Fetrow- Failing to gain a majority vote despite President Ting’s support, Vandeweerd prepares to leave yet another deadlocked summit meeting when his course his swayed by a minor detail. Queen Caridad, of the Peruvian Empire has summoned him.
Karla Fetrow- Land skirmishes were the polite way of saying, let’s kill each other but don’t harm the environment. Skirmishes worked in urban areas but not for the scattered