After a childhood reckoning with the dystopic world he was born into, Adam is now fifteen and living peacefully in the woods with other escapees from collapsed city-states. Having studied the teachings of First Nations peoples, the communities are thriving in harmony with the natural world.
But recently there’s a discordant note — children are being kidnapped from some other communities; some places have been burned down. There is trouble brewing in the woods, and uncovering its source leads Adam and his friends to the most astonishing discovery of their lives.
An engaging adventure and satisfying end to Hugh MacDonald’s trilogy, Our Rock and Our Salvation explores community, restorative justice, and the potential for our very planet.
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