First, the sale: I came across a book with a premise that piqued my curiosity. The Language of Bears is John Eidswick’s first book. John lives with his family in Japan, where he teaches English, and I believe I detected many a Japanese influence in his book (or, at least, its premise, as I have yet to read it myself):
The peaceful life of 17th century New England Puritan farmer Adam Green is ripped apart when he finds a television set in the woods. His discovery enables evil madman animal-skinner and proto-industrialist Obadiah Broke to have Adam arrested for witchcraft and steal the magical black water (oil, that is) seeping onto Adam’s farm. A hairsbreadth escape from the pillory enables the young farmer to discover the incredible truth behind the strange, Edenic land he lives in. Now it is up to Adam, a hunted fugitive, to find a way to defeat the monstrous forces threatening his home and the rest of the world. There is no hope unless he can learn…the language of bears.
I am sharing here because it’s on a 99c sale until November the 17th. You can check it out on Amazon or find out more about the Language of Bears on John’s blog.
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