Five hundred years after Man's downfall, the ascetic "Animal-People" have rebuilt the world in their image. The memory of Mankind is of a species whose greed and avarice led to its collapse. To Tay of the Wolf-Clan, they're a species whose time has passed. Tay's only ambition was to spend his life in service to his people. He was a healer, so his Tribe made him their leader. Then a dying stranger appeared in his village, carrying a small black cube and raving about an army of invaders sweeping across the country, devouring everything in its path.Über den Autor:
Ben Goodridge was born in in Germany, into a young American family with long ties to Maine. Returning to the States permanently two years later, he grew up in an old farmhouse in the toolies, where his parents tried to raise him with the sophistication of education and literacy, as well as the New England common-sense ethic that ran through his family. Time will tell if they were successful. In his youth he picked up the habit of writing, followed by an ambition to write professionally. He sent his first commercial story to Michael Kimball, a local author of some note, whose critically-acclaimed 'Firewater Pond' had brought him some attention and fortune. Kimball s approval and interest kept Ben writing for the next twenty years. His first story was published in the University literary magazine in 1993, an earnest curiosity called Canis Lunar. In 1995, he published another story, a more literary-magazine oriented effort called The Cadillac. In 2003, after having returned to college to finish his degree with flying colors, he put a manuscript called White Crusade into circulation, which was sold to Coyote Moon Publications in 2005. Regrettably, very shortly after the book went into production, Coyote Moon Publications closed down. A short time later the manuscript was bought up by Bad Dog Books. His second novel, The Swamp-Poet , is due for release by Cross-Quarter Press, and several new books are in development for consideration by Bad Dog Books.
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