This myth for modern times reaffirms the belief that we are all linked and involved in the future and the past of our world in ways of which we are barely aware. The saga begins as Gwidiona boy on the verge of manhood and to whom 9/11 means nothingtries to understand the psychic shock waves of an event that once shook the world and are still felt in his village, all that is left of what was once Wales. Gwidion's unusual mental powers bring him to the attention of the world's remaining politicians, desperate for a way to escape the failing Earth. But in a world that has lost track of its history, Gwidion is determined to find out the truth about his past.
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About the Author
Eifion Jenkins is a freelance writer and journalist who has worked for several newspapers, and contributed to short story and poetry anthologies.