Sins of the Tribe

Sins of the Tribe

by Mark A. Salter
Sins of the Tribe

Sins of the Tribe

by Mark A. Salter


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Sins of the Tribe, by author Mark A. Salter, explores the impact of intense tribalism and its resulting dehumanization in a setting that’s popular, wildly flawed, and hiding in plain sight: college football. Wally Hestia is on top of the world when he becomes a member of the Bastille University Tribe football team, a six-time national champion powerhouse with a pristine reputation and a nationwide following. But he’s only on the team as the holder for his mentally deficient brother, Henry, a kicking prodigy and the person who gives Wally purpose. But over time, Wally sees morality trampled for the larger cause of tribal dominance. When Wally finds himself in opposition to Bastille to the point where he and Henry are in danger, he must choose between the adulation of the larger tribe or embrace the idyllic virtues Bastille had draped itself in, even if it means losing everything.

Sins of the Tribe explores these hard truths: morality is subordinate to tribalism and the need for domination through violent proxies is real. Sins of the Tribe will appeal to football fans as well as fans of fiction.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781626349391
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group Press
Publication date: 07/12/2022
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 1,094,677
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Mark Salter grew up in Western New York. He graduated from Canisius College where he played college football and was later inducted into the Canisius College Sports Hall of Fame. He was signed by an NFL team, but didn’t make the final roster. He received his Master’s degree from Carnegie Mellon University. Mark lives with his family in Jupiter, Florida.

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