In the spirit of Gulliver’s Travels, Antelopes is a black comedy and satire illustrated by quotes from our greatest thinkers. Punctuated by an unlucky accident, two Kafka-esque trials, a war of the Antelopes, and a bizarre escape, this tale is perfect for fans of the original tale.
Still reeling from a plane crash, lottery-winning millionaires find themselves stranded on a remote mountain top in Venezuela. However, these new millionaires find their luck has run out when they’re captured by an advanced society of antelopes.
Thrust into an unknown world with these strange creatures, the survivors are forced to confront their religious, sexual, nationalistic, and racial prejudices – a difficult task for the newly rich, or likely for anyone.
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About the Author
David Rich is a worldly author who has lived in almost every country on Earth, traveling far and wide. His love of the vagabond life began on his childhood ranch in Colorado when his mother introduced him to music and travel. He then had the opportunity to tour with the fighting 529th Air Force Band, before graduating the University of Colorado and the University of Chicago Law School. After a career as a law professor, trial lawyer, and Assistant Attorney General, David retired in his forties to become a sailing captain, pilot, and full-time traveler. He has since written dozens of travel stories for popular publications, novels, non-fiction books, and absurdly true travel guides.