Maroons: A Human Epic

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Booksurge Llc, Jul 13, 2009 - Fiction - 266 pages
Maroons Maroons was born while backpacking on the eco-isle of Dominca. "The concept came about while I was hopelessly lost in the jungle on Mt Diablotin. " When a terrorist uses a diabolical weapon humanity is almost rubbed out. A most unlikely group of survivors are faced with the struggle to rebuild not only their lives but the human race. The epic drama that unfolds is an examination of the issues of society including, religious, social, and ecological, as well as political. Much like Pilgrims Progress but far more practical. All this, set in historically accurate parameters with believable but fictitious personalities. Intertwined throughout the saga are messages and symbols that will provoke discussion for years to come. If Maroons does not transform your thinking it will surely challenge your belief system. Randy Luallin is a 50 year old mason living in Louisville Colorado. Father of twins and Grandfather of two, his journey includes soldiering, building trades, extensive traveling, numerous failed relationships, and attempts at public office. An avid historian, soul searcher and people watcher, his years of writing poetry and an awakening have given rise to MAROONS.

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This book takes you on a thought-provoking trip to a time of small human populations with many possible configurations of politics, spirituality, and attitudes.

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