FEEDING THE WORLD is a provocative new series that parallels some of today's real-world issues, like: The trade war between the U.S. & China. Out of control sectors of government. Unrealistic regulations. Genetically engineered food.
From the mind of Boyd Craven Jr. comes a story world that most readers find "Scarily Believable..." "Right out of today's headlines..." "Different than anything else in this genre that I've read..."
HUNTER HOMESTEAD — Smack dab in the middle of all that, Jacob and Elaine Hunter sell their home on the water in a small Michigan city for more than they could've ever dreamed, and at the perfect time—just before the big real estate crash. With a fist full of cash, and timing on their side they retire from their jobs and set out to find the perfect place to settle down to a life of homesteading and sustainability. They might have found the perfect place, out in the middle of nowhere in South Carolina, but they also found something they hadn't counted on. His name was Mike Ford.
★★★★★ The start of a new world!! This first book in a new series I found quite enjoyable!! It's well written and the characters are fleshed out very well! I look forward to reading the next in the series!
★★★★★ A Scary Premise!! Great start to a fascinating storyline. I love the characters - being as I am of the older generation - their doubts, and their hopes and dreams. It's a scary premise - the whole genetic manipulation and I am really anxious to see where this series is going. Well done, Boyd Craven Jr.
★★★★☆ Different This story is different than what I'm used to from the Craven guys but still enjoyed it. Think it's actually the first story I've seen along these lines. I can say honestly the storyline interested me because I worry about what these big companies are doing to our food. Looking forward to starting book two.