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Willem of the Tafel
     

Willem of the Tafel

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by Hans M Hirschi
 

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The world we know is gone, destroyed by greed and ignorance. On a post-apocalyptic Earth, centuries into the future, few have survived the Great War. Some have taken refuge deep inside a mountain. One of them, Willem, is exiled to the surface...

Alone and struggling to survive, Willem embarks on an epic journey, making a discovery that could once again alter the

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The world we know is gone, destroyed by greed and ignorance. On a post-apocalyptic Earth, centuries into the future, few have survived the Great War. Some have taken refuge deep inside a mountain. One of them, Willem, is exiled to the surface...

Alone and struggling to survive, Willem embarks on an epic journey, making a discovery that could once again alter the future of humanity.

Willem of the Tafel is an epic tale of survival, second chances, hope and undying love.

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ISBN-13:
9781910635438
Publisher:
Beaten Track Publishing
Publication date:
05/28/2015
Pages:
194
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.45(d)

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Willem of the Tafel 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
LokisMomma More than 1 year ago
Willem is the last "Ghost" born to a cave dwelling tribe in a post-apocalyptic world. Alone and outcast into to the world above, he must find his place in a new world where the odds are against him. I truly enjoyed this title. The world, the characters, the story line all worked together to draw me in and I wanted to stay there until I reached "The End". The whole "End of the World" stuff is not my usual reading choice. In this case, I would have missed a really enjoyable read. I literally had to make myself put it down and go do "adult stuff" more than once. Even though the time frame of the book covers quite a few years in the lives of the characters, there was no break in flow or a feeling of missing pieces to the storyline. It's one I will be reading again.