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Reviewed by Vincent Dublado for Readers' Favorite
It is an alarming theme in an enchanting storyline. The Change Agents: Whispers in the Wind by Sarah E. Lewis tackles an inconvenient concern but provides a comforting hope nonetheless. "How do flies and spiders summon me from my office?" This is among the tons of confusing questions that Eliza, a local TV reporter, is asking herself. She thinks she’s dreaming, but she’s not. She finds herself in a place called NoHoSap (No Homo Sapiens), a safe place for all living creatures with its restrictions on human contact. NoHoSap’s Mission Command has been following Eliza’s path on working with nature and helping the environment since a young age. It was time for her to embrace her destiny and become part of a mission that she will soon find to be more fulfilling than her current job.
You really need to consider how Sarah E. Lewis puts an original spin on an environmental story where it is not just up to a human alone, but her alliance with talking animals makes a collective voice in a crusade to save the planet. It has that enticing what-if premise; that if animals could talk, this is one of the possible scenarios that they would use to prod us to take action on climate change. This is a story that has no boundaries, and it will appeal to any reader regardless of age. It is eventful and contains enough action so that Lewis’s approach becomes more effective than just putting a mishmash of lovable characters together and creating awareness about climate change. Most of all, what I admire about The Change Agents: Whispers in the Wind is that its pace and substance have allowed me to further examine our collective responsibility to Mother Nature. I strongly recommend that you read this engrossing contemporary fairy tale. It will definitely make you respond to a wake-up call.