[Epub] ➝ Ruby and the Blue Sky ➢ Katherine Dewar – Anguillais.us

Ruby and the Blue Sky Grammy Night, 2021 Ruby Wins Best Song And Makes An Impulsive Acceptance Speech That Excites Nature Lovers Across The World While Ruby And Her Band Celebrate, An Extreme Evangelical Sect, Funded By Covert Paymasters, Dispatches A Disciple On A Ruthless Mission To England.As The Band Plays Its Sold Out Tour, Ruby Is Pursued By Eco Groupies Insisting She Use Her New Fame To Fight Climate Change.Back Home, In Rain Drenched Leeds, Ruby Must Confront A Challenge Not Even Tea, Beer Or Her Mum S Veggie Lasagne Will Make Go Away In A Storm And Drought Plagued World, Run By Cynical Old Men And Self Serving Corporations, Could One Young Woman Lead Change Torn Between The Demands Of The Climate Campaigners And Her Bandmates, Ruby Has To Decide How Much And Even Who She Will Sacrifice.

[Epub] ➝ Ruby and the Blue Sky  ➢ Katherine Dewar – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Ruby and the Blue Sky
  • Katherine Dewar
  • English
  • 07 February 2017
  • 0473345501

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ➝ Ruby and the Blue Sky ➢ Katherine Dewar – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    Coming at an eco thriller from the point of view of the activists, RUBY AND THE BLUE SKY is part thriller, part exploration of celebrity culture, and part do good chick lit novel The idea at the core is that fame can be used in positive ways in this case a pro environment, anti consumer culture stance with a hefty dose of women s rights and empowerment To that end the central character Ruby is band leader, conscience and activist, pursued by eco groupies, determined to ensure she uses a so Coming at an eco thriller from the point of view of the activists, RUBY AND THE BLUE SKY is part thriller, part exploration of celebrity culture, and part do good chick lit novel The idea at the core is that fame can be used in positive ways in this case a pro environment, anti consumer culture stance with a hefty dose of women s rights and empowerment To that end the central character Ruby is band leader, conscience and activist, pursued by eco groupies, determined to ensure she uses a sold out tour as a venue to push the messages Needles...


  2. says:

    Katherine writes beautifully and confidently, covering environmental and mental health issues and sexual violence with sensitivity and shapes characters with fluid sexual preferences without churning out the usual tropes that mainstream fiction featuring LGBT characters d...


  3. says:

    Great story about how to take action despite extreme set backs A likable main character and a compelling sub plot that adds an element of surprise Lots to say about being a woman, and being frustrated with current political systems.


  4. says:

    Ruby and the Blue Sky is one of my favorite climate fiction novels to date and high on my list for fiction in general Aside from the obvious appeal for cli fi readers, it will also have a broader appeal for anyone interested in rock stars, activism, strong female protagonists, and just plain good fiction.The author handles the recurring theme of climate change and climate action very well Climate action is central to the plot, so there s a fair amount of discussion of what the characters are d Ruby and the Blue Sky is one of my favorite climate fiction novels to date and high on my list for fiction in general Aside from the obvious appeal for cli fi readers, it will also have a broader appeal for anyone interested in rock stars, activism, strong female protagonists, and just plain good fiction.The author handles the recurring theme of climate change and climate action very well Climate action is central to the plot, so there s a fair amount of discussion of what the characters are doing in response to the climate crisis This approach always runs the risk of feeling forced or devolving into a lecture about climate policy But the first person narrative, robust characterization, and compelling plot all worked together to keep me immersed in the story and involved in the theme without feeling like ...


  5. says:

    I really enjoyed this book I know the author, and respect her marketing and public relations work, so I thought this would be interesting to read What I can say is that I quickly forgot that Kath was the author and just got immersed in the characters and the story At times I didn t want to put it down It is ...


  6. says:

    Ruby, a musician at the peak of popularity, struggles with the responsibilities her fame forces upon her Her concern for the state of the planet drives her to take action, fueled by the energy of other like minded activists, she faces local, global, religious, and corporate battles in an attempt to make use of her fame and influence Set in the near future, her journey is not easy.I fou...


  7. says:

    This tale was different from what I usually read but it challenged me, made me think and, although the subject matter was at times difficult, the imagery and language used is beautiful Definitely recommend ...


  8. says:

    Having ripped through this book one day while I was sick in bed, like a bar of chocolate, I d recommend it to any person young or old who is tired of the fight, or who needs a break from serious reading This is above all a brave book because it helps us imagine what the beginnings of an alternative, different path forward might look like and the struggles it might involve and that is not an easy task While the picture painted of the opposition may be far fetched and a bit dramatic, it is also Having ripped through this book one day while I was sick in bed, like a bar of chocolate, I d recommend it to any person young or old who is tired of the fight, or who needs a break from serious reading This is above all a brave book because it helps us imagine what the beginnings of an alternative, different path forward might look like and the struggles it might involve and that is not an easy task While the picture painted of the opposition may be far fetched and a bit dramatic, it is also what makes ...


  9. says:

    I ve been reading Cli Fi s since I m teaching a class on the Science of Cli Fi, and this is one of the first stories I ve read about action I found it interesting but could have done without thedisturbing aspects There doesn t have to be certified evil involved in resistance and persistence The lead up to those events made them unexpected usually when something really bad happens, I m somewhat prepared for it not sure if that s by literary device or some unspoken publisher conventi...


  10. says:

    I was immediately engaged in the fast paced literary style and loved its punchy and colloquial dialogues The use of descriptive language I found particularly brilliant original, subtle and haunting Its message is one...

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