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L.J. Coppola

List Price: $9.95
5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
180 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1539041269 
ISBN-10: 1539041263
BISAC: Fiction / Christian / Futuristic


A baby girl, Gaia is abducted. Fifteen years later, Telepathic Bodhi has recurrent dreams of a girl he does not know. After a nuclear holocaust, the population of Earth has dwindled down practically to the point of no return. As a result, the two remaining societies which couldn’t be more different from each other, Terran, on the surface in biospheres and Alternan, sealed off from radiation underground, must find the means to replenish their populations or risk extinction.

Terrans encourage their youth to “merge” young and raise children. Alternans mandate their few remaining fertile women, called breeders, to bear babies for the entire society. Both means induce harmful effects on Bodhi and Gaia, who fall in love amidst societal pressures and the struggle to resettle the entire population to a satellite orbiting Earth.

The question is not whether or not the earth will survive the harm that humans have done but rather will humans survive it.
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