Excerpts from the book: Secrets of the White Lake
As they left the refuge, Crow and Miya turned to look for one last time. They waved at Wanderer. The old shaman waved back. Soon they were in the woods; the refuge behind them slowly vanishing from sight. A startling thought dawned on Crow then, he realized they might never return again. Excerpt from chapter 2: The Journey Begins, page 14
Long before Earth was invaded, Wanderer was haunted by a prophecy that has recurred his entire life. As with each recurrence, he would awake alone on a solitary road that seemed to rise to an ungodly height where a fog hovers motionlessly.
Excerpt from chapter 1: The Solitary Road, page 1
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In the New Utopia Era, destruction comes forth in silence. There were no toxic fumes, nor the fireball of napalms. The Machines were clean, methodical and precise. It was deemed by some—the politically correct way to kill.
Excerpt from chapter 9: The Gobi Desert, page 14
A Tracker will never kill, unless provoked. It was trained to hold its prey in submission till it was threatened. Excerpt from chapter 5: The Open Road, page 87