When two sisters are exiled from their native land, they embark on a national epic into their mythological world of Ancient Canada. Using Lavender’s unique ability to see life and death, she and Marigold attempt to stay within the narrow margins of survival. Their journey sweeps through Svalbard, Jan Mayen Island, Thule (Greenland), and the Siberian peninsula. Ancient Canada is a mythological world that may be unlike anything you’ve read in a thousand years.
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Clinton Festa began his writing career as a ‘Lunatic,’ writing for the campus humor magazine the Cornell Lunatic. Since his undergraduate days, he has also been a cartoonist, a circulation editor, and written numerous online humor articles. On the serious side, Clinton has authored many technical courses to promote aviation safety. As a pilot with over 3,500 flight hours, his seminars have earned him the FAA’s ‘Representative of the Year’ award in 2010 for the Greensboro, North Carolina district. Clinton began writing his first novel, Ancient Canada, while working as both a corporate pilot and the chief pilot for an air cargo company. He drew on various sources, from ancient literature to conversations with his wife. The novel best classifies as fantasy fiction, specifically an epic drama, with a revolving narrator much like Canterbury Tales. But Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither was Ancient Canada. Much like the characters’ journey through their known world, Clinton wrote his tale of mythology over several years as his aviation career took him to various states and Canadian provinces.
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Book Description SynergEbooks, 2013. Book Condition: Very Good. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Bookseller Inventory # GRP85520520