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The Mists of Many Voices by Jonathan M. Vick
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The Mists of Many Voices

by Jonathan M. Vick

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As science and religion battle for attention in our schools, memes and media, Jonathan M. Vick presents a comic fantasy novel that confronts themes of digital humanity, and explores the importance and purpose of mythology in a technological world."Adventure is the distance between the person you are and the person you wish to be ..."In a time of mythic crisis, the Greenman has summoned The Treacherous Triad: three fools who discover a mythological world on the brink of destruction. The once noble and worshiped myths, gods and monsters of human history are being eradicated and forgotten in a digital age. A new cybernetic threat has emerged to wipe out all memory of gods and monsters and replace them with a virtual reality. Together, the three fools must fulfill the prophecy carved into the limbs of the dying Greenman and rally the remaining myths to battle a powerful cybernetic army. Along the way, they must reteach humanity what it means to be human, to be passionate, and to be truly alive.If Joseph Campbell, Neil Gaiman, Christopher Moore and Douglas Adams had a love-child, this book would be that child!… (more)

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