Too Much with Us, Late and Soon - an excitingly hopeful but still realistic novel of current times
In Bryant Wieneke's latest political thriller, Too Much with Us, Late and Soon, American politics take a surprisingly positive turn. This is a story of challenges being met with courage and conviction, where people of different beliefs recognize that the welfare of the nation is far more important than anyone's personal agenda. In Africa, the Great Green Wall, designed to prevent further expansion of the Sahara Desert, is working, but the effects of climate change are difficult to fight. Meanwhile, Kendall Smith is in D.C., and the diagnosis is not good.