Synopsis: When the earth is ravaged and the animals are dying, a new tribe of people shall come unto the earth from many colors, creed, and classes. And whom by their actions and deeds shall make earth green again, they will be known as the Bridger’s…These band of beggars make society uncomfortable, very uncomfortable… But they don’t care about that, because ultimately they’ll be called on a mission is to save us from ourselves. As the planet soon becomes inhabitable due to a chain of catastrophic eco systems failing events take over. As they migrate from town to town, forest to forest, and chasing the sun, these dog people will be among the few the remaining survivors on planet using keen senses of knowing, strange phychic ability, mental and physical strengths, and survival instincts they’ve acquired over the years living off the grid. Now the under belly of society, that were cast away and ignored, will now have the upper hand and will be tasked with deciding who will live or die.
Book Description: The Bridger’s are the down and out, the underground youth of society… They are the dog people that make us uncomfortable as they sit on the corners begging for food and change…The young seasonal hitch hikers with tattered signs, a god on a rope for hope, they are life’s hopeless dusty backpackers…These band of beggars bug society because they don’t play right, they don’t care, and they don’t contribute. But could they actually be on a higher mission?
In a pre- apocalyptic time when the drought now fifteen-years long the toll on life in the West is increasingly more desperate. These tribes of nomads continue the journey traveling from town to town, testing the waters, living on very little outside the city limits. Ultimately learning the lay of land, the clean water sources, where to find shelter and food.
With a pack of wild dogs trailing behind them, the tipping point happens, a horrific cyber attack collapses the US dollar destroying life as people know it. But these un-people are actually the only ones in West prepared to survive.
Our hero, from the rainbow-tribe, Sheree lives on the streets, under bridges and travel the railways with her fellow brothers and sisters…innocently trying find the truth, live free, while fighting society’s establishments of greed. But her strength as the leader will be tested as the tribes are at odds with the oold thers who need to be saved, the animal world suffering, and relationships splintering. Shree, will soon be forced to quietly surmise who is worth saving and who it not, as pendulum swings ever so wider between them and us.
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