Sarasvatin hiekkaa Epub ñ Hardcover

➽ [Reading] ➿ Sarasvatin hiekkaa By Risto Isomäki ➲ – Qqpkv1.me Ekologinen jännitysromaani joka päättyy ihmisen itsensä aiheuttamaan ympäristökatastrofiin Tämä visionäärinen teos jättitsunamien merkityksestä ihmiskunnan historiassa oli jo kustantajallaReading Sarasvatin hiekkaa By Risto Isomäki pkv1me Ekologinen jännitysromaani joka päättyy ihmisen itsensä aiheuttamaan ympäristökatastrofiin Tämä visionäärinen teos jättitsunamien merkityksestä ihmiskunnan historiassa oli jo kustantajalla Ekologinen jännitysromaani joka päättyy ihmisen itsensä aiheuttamaan ympäristökatastrofiin Tämä visionäärinen teos jättitsunamien merkityksestä ihmiskunnan historiassa oli jo kustantajalla kun hyökyaalto iski Aasian rannoilleKertomus sijoittuu lähitulevaisuuteen Suomeen ja maailmalle Grönlannin mannerjäätikölle ja Intian valtameren alueelle Venäläinen tutkija Sergej yrittää yhdess

ä intialaisen tutkijayhteisön ja kollegansa Amritan kanssa selvittää Cambaynlahdesta meren alta löytyvän vajonneen kaupungin arvoitusta Samaan aikaan suomalainen Kari Ahola yrittää toisaalla kehittää ratkaisua jäätiköiden sulamisongelmaan Jäätiköitä tukii myös Gönlannissa tukikohtaansa pitävä tutkimusyksikkö ja filippiiniläissyntyinen erakko Susan Chang Yllättävällä tavalla nämä kaksi tutkimuslinjaa tangeeraavat toisiaan ja tutkijat ymmärtävät että jäätiköt ovat vaarassa sulaa minkä seurauksena maapalloa uhkaa kaiken tuhoava tsunamikatastrofi ja vedenpaisumus Alkaa löytyä vastauksia myös vuosituansia sitten asetettuihin kysymyksiin Lopulta käy niin et

sarasvatin kindle hiekkaa mobile Sarasvatin hiekkaa PDFEPUBä intialaisen tutkijayhteisön ja kollegansa Amritan kanssa selvittää Cambaynlahdesta meren alta löytyvän vajonneen kaupungin arvoitusta Samaan aikaan suomalainen Kari Ahola yrittää toisaalla kehittää ratkaisua jäätiköiden sulamisongelmaan Jäätiköitä tukii myös Gönlannissa tukikohtaansa pitävä tutkimusyksikkö ja filippiiniläissyntyinen erakko Susan Chang Yllättävällä tavalla nämä kaksi tutkimuslinjaa tangeeraavat toisiaan ja tutkijat ymmärtävät että jäätiköt ovat vaarassa sulaa minkä seurauksena maapalloa uhkaa kaiken tuhoava tsunamikatastrofi ja vedenpaisumus Alkaa löytyä vastauksia myös vuosituansia sitten asetettuihin kysymyksiin Lopulta käy niin et

Sarasvatin hiekkaa Epub ñ Hardcover Risto Isomäki is a Finnish environmental activist and author of science fiction and nonfiction books His novel Sarasvatin hiekkaa was nominated for the Finlandia Prize in and won the Tähtivaeltaja award in .

10 Comments on "Sarasvatin hiekkaa Epub ñ Hardcover "

  • Rachel (Kalanadi)

    Sarasvatin hiekkaa Epub ñ Hardcover sarasvatin kindle, hiekkaa mobile, Sarasvatin hiekkaa PDFEPUB35 starsThis book hooked me with its ideas than its plot Some scenes really scared me Like Susan dangling above the glacier lake in utter darkness The book starts off with characters investigating ancient underwater cities in the Bay of Cambay Underwater archaeology I'm in Then characters start to piece together evidence of past megatsunamis that wiped out civilization and think hm might this happen againThe second half becomes a long scary argument for stopping the melting of the Antarctic ice sheets before they have a chance to slide into the ocean causing megatsunamis that destroy everything and then causing nuclear reactors in coastal areas to kill everything that the megatsunamis didn'tLike I said scaryT


  • *Bohemian*

    Sarasvatin hiekkaa Epub ñ Hardcover sarasvatin kindle, hiekkaa mobile, Sarasvatin hiekkaa PDFEPUBVery interesting premise I especially enjoyed all the science talk since I’m bit of a nerd like that However after a strong beginning I was not invested with the characters and the plot seemed to focus on irrelevant issues The ending was almost good but then the rug was pulled from underneath me It ended at the wrong point imo and I highly disliked the epiloueSo all the stars for the science and great start Plot none cha


  • Matilda

    Sarasvatin hiekkaa Epub ñ Hardcover sarasvatin kindle, hiekkaa mobile, Sarasvatin hiekkaa PDFEPUBIn Sarasvatin Hiekkaa the author Risto Isomäki connects ancient myths of Atlantis the flood and the threat of environmental disaster to form a fascinating ecological thriller Unfortunately this book is not available in English but if you read Finnish Danish German Spanish Polish Estonian Lithuanian Latvian Turkish or Hungarian it is available The book plays with the idea of the story of the Biblical Flood and the fact that similar stories have been told in several cultures Perhaps a real flood gave rise to the stories While two main characters discover an ancient and inexplicably flooded city another character finds a threat lurking on the North Pole When the connection is made between the two story lines urgent action is needed t


  • Riina

    Sarasvatin hiekkaa Epub ñ Hardcover sarasvatin kindle, hiekkaa mobile, Sarasvatin hiekkaa PDFEPUBCaptivating and terrifying Makes me want to go on a wiki binge


  • Shabbeer Hassan

    Sarasvatin hiekkaa Epub ñ Hardcover sarasvatin kindle, hiekkaa mobile, Sarasvatin hiekkaa PDFEPUBIt's the old story of an environmental disaster turning earth to a dystopian world and a bunch of humans surviving it on a mode


  • Kelly

    Sarasvatin hiekkaa Epub ñ Hardcover sarasvatin kindle, hiekkaa mobile, Sarasvatin hiekkaa PDFEPUB The Sands of Sarasvati is an interesting juxtaposition of historical myth and science It was written by a Finnish environmental scientist in 2003 about the impact of climate change on sea levels Sobering stuff in 2003 no doubt but that much terrifying 15 years later The premise of the book hinges on both the myth of Atlantis and of the Sarasvati river a body of water in India that is believed to have dried up 12000 years ago The Sands of Sarasvati assumes that Atlantis and the river were real though technically there is not enough evidence to definitively confirm their existence The science bit was decidedly less fictional but no less interesting Isomäki looks at the behavior of glaciers and their role in rising sea levels but he also works in the dangers that nuclear power pollution and tsunamis pose to life on EarthIt may be because this is a translation but it is worth noting that the characters and their interactions come off as stilte


  • Ari

    Sarasvatin hiekkaa Epub ñ Hardcover sarasvatin kindle, hiekkaa mobile, Sarasvatin hiekkaa PDFEPUBI like Isomäki's novels I hope at least some of them are available in English tooIsomäki writes about big and important issues in an interesting manner He hides a lot of truly important often crucial information and ideas into a plot filled with ingredients such as suspense romance adventure thus making the novels very easy to read and also difficult issues easy to understandThe Sand of Sarasvati deals with the effects of the climate change on polar glaciers and the lurking disaster which is bound to happen if we don't react fast and strongly Perhaps we are already inevitably late Makes you think And hopefully makes you care Even do somethingAs said very easy to read and comprehend Personally I don't too much dig the adventureromance part with a bit typical heros and heroines But if it takes that to make people read these novels it makes a valid pointTry this


  • Hmpf

    Sarasvatin hiekkaa Epub ñ Hardcover sarasvatin kindle, hiekkaa mobile, Sarasvatin hiekkaa PDFEPUBRead the English translation which was available at Worldcon for 5 euros Kinda feels like a much shorter version of Der Schwarm but with climate change instead of the outlandish cause of Schätzing's tsunami Cha


  • Victor Ocampo

    Sarasvatin hiekkaa Epub ñ Hardcover sarasvatin kindle, hiekkaa mobile, Sarasvatin hiekkaa PDFEPUBThrilling Well researched Loved how one of the main characters was actually Filipino a bit of an info dump in a few areas but otherwise brilliant Would m


  • Anna

    Sarasvatin hiekkaa Epub ñ Hardcover sarasvatin kindle, hiekkaa mobile, Sarasvatin hiekkaa PDFEPUBI was looking forward to reading this since I had heard so many praising comments about it I guess my expectations were a tad too high because in the end it wasn't anything that special It wasn't bad either though and I like it how Finnish authors can actually write science fiction and even some normal people read them anyway but it just wasn't anything new and wonderful The thing that bothered me the most was the uite cra


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