In Flight of the Owl, Jonathan Swain is joined on his journey into the post-apocalypse by his friend Dextra Honanie, a Hopi Indian woman from Arizona. What they find is sometimes horrifying, occasionally encouraging, always amazing.
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It all began with a grilled cheese sandwich in a little cafe down a side street in Dallas, Texas. It was late spring of 2125.
“Amid mounting evidence of the success of their Chulel formula in 2040 – the year Max and Emily Feldman both turned 100 – the two researchers had decided to retire. It would be another decade before the concept of retirement gave way to the ten-year sabbatical.
“The Drs. Feldman watched from afar the unfolding of the new world they had helped to create. When people had started turning 120, it was kind of a big deal. When their offspring started turning 100 it was an even bigger deal. When people were still around to celebrate their grandchildren’s century mark, they began to wonder where it would all end. As the Drs. Feldman began to think that they would easily reach their 200th birthdays, they started having second thoughts about the great gift they had bestowed on humankind.”
Way of the Serpent – Recall Chronicles, Volume I
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“2125 marked the centenary of the entry of the miracle age prophylaxis Chulel into the marketplace. The occasion probably should have been marked by a celebration of some sort, but so few people remembered what life was like before Chulel that it would have seemed rather like commemorating the invention of water or air. So the year would come and go without fanfare.”
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What if we’re not who we think we are? Follow Jenda Swain as she struggles to rediscover the woman she once was and might yet become.
Way of the Serpent – Recall Chronicles, Vol. I.
In the world of 2125, human lifespans are approaching 200 years, while the economy presses for increasing consumption of short-cycle goods and people entrust their memories to digital media that are beyond their control. The movement opposing such trends is known as Recall.
Read more in Way of the Serpent and Shadow of the Hare, the first two volumes of the Recall Chronicles.