by Gayla Prewitt
(I received this book for review purposes.)
Genre- Christian / Fiction
Publisher- Gayla A. Prewitt
Number of pages- 146
Age Group- Adult and older teens
Description of book- Paperback, $8.99, ISBN: 978-1497583023
The government is the only group that is allowed to grow plants. There is a group though, “Seed Savers.” This group has been saving seeds, growing crops, and distributing the crops and seeds. They are now in trouble. Government officials are coming after them to take the seeds and the people who save them.
What will happen to the families? Why are people getting sick from eating the food the government is growing for them? Will the good people prevail against evil?
About the Author:
Gayla Prewitt has four children, a son-in-law, and a husband. She is an instructor at a university and has experience in broadcast journalism.
I thought Seed Police, by Gayla Prewitt, was interesting. Basted on events in history, I can imagine a country where it would be illegal to own one’s seeds.
It is amazing how one person can control things. Ed Harris was able to control the seeds which would be used for the crops. Those crops (genetically modified) even began to make people very sick. Harris was even able to convince the many others that the good people, the “Seed Savers,” were the bad people.
The “Seed Savers” were really neat, because they were passing out and protecting the seeds which were good for people. It was through God they stayed strong and were able to prevail. They knew that their seeds were the best for people and they made sure people got those seeds.
This was a great thriller. I knew knew if Ed Harris and his henchmen would catch the “Seed Savers.”
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Disclosure of Material Connection- I received a free copy of Seed Police, by Gayla Prewitt, to review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations. I am part of The CWA Review Crew. All links were current when posted.