Tales from The Children of The Sea, Volume 1, The Last Wooden House

      Jann Burner
Tales from The Children of The Sea, Volume 1, The Last Wooden House

When the US and World economy finally crashed, small groups of people on the West Coast of America chose to take to the sea in Ocean kayaks instead of waiting in welfare lines. One night a shape shifting/teller of tales comes to their fire and tells them about a time in the distant future when there will be only one Wooden House remaining in the ancient city site of San Francisco.This book is a story told to the Children of The Sea, about 18 dolphins who are able to shape/shift in order to take a two hour tour of the last wooden house. For the duration of the tour they will get to see and feel what it was like to be a "human" and they will get to choose their sex and age. The story takes place a couple of thousand years in the future and humanity has become extinct. In the course of the "house tour", one of the human "looking" entities gets a surprise. He discovers a small bowl of one of the rarest things in the Universe: a bowl of human dreams.He quickly drinks the exotic cocktail and immediately forgets who he is or what he was thinking. The remainder of the book details "Harry's" search for his true identity. This book is sort of a mythic, but modern, fairy tale for anyone between 13 and 90.

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