The year is 1939, and three girls who would’ve never met one another normally become friends at Bletchley Park, where Great Britain’s top minds work to decipher secret codes that will help the Allies to win the war.
When you first open the pages of Rothfuss’s novella The Slow Regard of Silent Things, there is a warning: “You might not want to buy this book.” Rothfuss goes on to explain that this is not your usual kind of story. It’s not—I think that’s what makes it so great. Deep below ground in the Underthing lives …
If humans want to continue to live on this planet, we need to change our relationship with nature. We will need to push for policy changes that support the environment. As individuals, we also need to advocate for the changes we want to see. By voting with our dollars, we can actively participate in this shift. By imagining solutions and pushing for new technologies, we can create change.
There is still hope for a future that includes us human beings.