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The Water Wars by Cameron Stracher

12 and Up

Vera and her brother, Will, live in a country that has collapsed from environmental catastrophe. Water is now more precious than gold or oil – and worth killing for. Water is hoarded by governments, rivers are dammed, and clouds are sucked from the sky. But then Vera befriends Kai, who seems to have limitless access to freshwater. When Kai suddenly disappears, Vera and Will set off on a dangerous journey to find him – pursued by pirates, a paramilitary group, and a greedy corporation.

This is one of the few apocalyptic scenario stories that I actually liked. I mean, a world with limited clean water? How scary is that?!

It’s interesting how the people in the story find ways to save and collect water. Like engineering plants that hardly need any water and using machines to skim across the ocean to collect and filter water.

Sadly, I think this is a realistic future. I believe it’s going to be us in the end that destroys the world. I really do.

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