Noel’s latest book focuses on sustainable living in the future
PUBLISHED: 07:00 31 October 2018
An Exmouth author’s latest book is a ‘futuristic’ look at how climate change might affect community living.
Noel Harrower’s ‘Yestermorrow’ is set mainly in East Devon and follows ‘strong, family’ people who live sustainably who are confronted by those with more selfish intentions.
The 86-year-old, of Lyndhurst Road, has previously had two books published and he added he is pleased with his latest novel.
“I have been told that there are too many dystopian tales, so I decided to write a more hopeful one, because we need to have a vision if we are going to build a future,” he said.
Copies of the book can be ordered from Best Books, in Exmouth, or via print-on-demand from Kindle.
Noel, who is a member of Transition Exmouth, will be giving a talk about the book at the group’s next ‘green drinks’.
The event takes place on Thursday (November 1), from 7.30pm at the Park Hotel, in Exeter Road.
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