a novel by DAVID OHLE
Building the pedway so that everyone had access was a marvel of engineering. Yet no one knew who the engineers or builders were. They were lost to history. Though it was assumed that somewhere there must have been a central power source, perhaps in an underground facility with dynamos and belts and enormous gears, it had never been located.
Reviews & press:
—Front Porch Journal
—«Despite the haplessness of their lives and the desperation of their circumstances, they seem, without an alternative worldview, content, happy enough not to be beaten for lack of facial hair, to care for their stinking, nearly dead family members, to subsist day after day on the same blandly prepared foods.»—Heavy Feather Review