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‘Bring on the Next Ice Age’
Kindle-Borne Acclaim for what Could Become the Most Hated Story of Our Time
An Amazon review: By hlds on July 3, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Bring on the next ice age
Format: Kindle Edition
Reverent Chandler is a graphically violent story, set in a deepening ice age in North America. Each member of the tribe of the Nords is given a final battle, a chance to take as many of the enemy with him to their doom, and concludes with a spiritual quest, and a transformative experience for the tribe's human mascot. The author is a unique voice in 21st century America. His fiction and non-fiction never shies away from racially charged portrayals, yet just when you think you understand his point of view he surprises you. Highly recommended for open minded readers looking for action and for those willing to dive into the subtext. Not recommended for the squeamish or easily offended.
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The last warband of the Nord Clans has descended the Mud River for the Final Cull. But they alone gather at the Place Reverent. The Sark Clans have failed to glide downriver from the rocky west. The Cumber Clans have not come stalking out of the forested east. Only the enemy, foul, arrogant and teeming, have arrived at the Place Reverent, leaving not a man, woman or child alive. Only Reverent Chandler survives, maimed and staked by the Papas, the last seer of the Nords south of Broodhome, to where he must be conveyed in haste to speak with Reverent Arbor, last of his pondering line. As winter falls, and the remorseless ice-choked current bedevils them, the last warriors of their kind must ascend the accursed river of their foes, one final time, where once, in the time of their fathers, the first warriors of their kind had descended in triumph.
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