Set in a future far-removed from a global nuclear catastrophe and a past barely on record,
small utopian enclaves exist peacefully whilst unknowingly surrounded by relentless chaotic realms dominated by ecological disasters and a population of bestial marauders. When a young, innocent monk falls in love with a rare half-wild survivor of the wastelands they must traverse seemingly endless desert and radioactive forests in flight from his doomed monastery triggered by the coming of the wild people.
Through mutants, treacherous terrain and the results of radioactive gigantism, they're captured by a mysterious albino huntress, a trapper of wolves and bears with a hidden past - whilst a lone journeyer battles the wilderness on his own pursuit for a remote El Dorado; The City of Gold.
This is a quest for survival against the odds. A humanistic story, a story of Us, and although futuristic, it is a fable for our time.
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|Publisher:||Tenth Street Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.76(d)|
About the Author
Jeremy Balfour (Mark Woods Browning) is a product of Berkeley, California. He was raised in a liberal society which still has a continuity. For thirty-two years Mark worked in private practice as a counselor and "life coach," utilizing Humanistic, Transpersonal, and Jungian psychology.
He is a long-term student of Eastern and Western mysticism. Some of his other interests include not only science-fiction and rhyming verse, but sociology, political science, satire, and comic books. He has a dearly beloved adult son.