Pandemonium: the PanDamn
Don’t Let This Story Happen
About the Book
When a pandemic ensues, it disrupts the very lives of the people causing a number of negative events: crime, domestic violence, looting, and distrust of neighbor, family, and friends as most people don’t know how to combat the menace that goes berserk, who, with a voracious appetite, devours the crops, harvests, trees and, when that’s all gone, eventually wooded houses and people. When the mighty rainforests are devoured by the menace, the whole ecosystem and biodiversity of the world changes: there are mega droughts, superstorms, flooding beyond belief, and other catastrophic events that humankind is unable to deal with, and less oxygen slowly decimates humankind to the next mass extinction.
About the Author
This is Lorrine Crowder’s first attempt at writing a cross between sci-fi and an eco-horror. She is extremely passionate about the environment and wildlife species. She wrote the story hoping to get more people on board in helping the environment. “Every little thing we do is a positive or negative action on the environment. In this story the negatives outweigh the positives. I believe in making the world a better place to live in for future generations. This story shows that we can’t have imbalances or we will all pay for it-eventually. And there is a serious problem as many species are being wiped out every day because of deforestation, poaching, the exotic pet trade, the palm oil industry, etc. etc. etc. and if we don’t do something positive, someday we will all be sorry, and if not us, perhaps future generations will pay the price. The story shows there can be positive solutions or negative ones. Do we care or not care? We can choose to do something. Or we can choose to do nothing. It’s our choice. Positive or negative.”