S. Cosgriff’s new book “Utopia and the Cure” is about an alien civilization in trouble and the utopians face extinction and must make plans to find a new planet

S. Cosgriff, a new author, has completed her new book “Utopia and the Cure”: a gripping tale that details how Utopia was where it all began and there were no wars, no jealousies, no of greed and no breaking the law. Everyone had their own job, whether it was lawn care, painting, or construction.

Cosgriff writes: “They, the Topians, were only allowed two children per couple to avoid overpopulation of their planet. Their children were wise and respectable and did well in education. The Topians were very tall, sturdy and healthy. Almost all Topians had light brown hair, blue eyes, and beautiful faces. They loved healthy food and life. They ate well: fish, meat, some sweets, lobster and prawns. They didn’t know anything about tobacco or alcohol, so they didn’t smoke or drink. Topian scientists were masters of cloning. They treasured their animals and fish for food, as well as their fruits and vegetables. Cloning specialists that they were, there was nothing they couldn’t clone as long as there were cells.

Published by Page Publishing, S. Cosgriff’s exciting work explores how after the Utopians find new planets to live on, three thousand years later…due to climate change, devastation strikes again.

This time, the descendants of the first Utopians must try to join the earthlings to fight a horrible virus. Readers will have to pick up the book to find out if love wins out. And to see if utopians can overcome insurmountable challenges.

Readers who wish to discover this revealing book can purchase “Utopia and the Cure” in bookstores worldwide or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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