The Last Mutineers: Stigmata Rising by Patrick M. Bedont Jr.

Book Cover: The Last Mutineers: Stigmata Rising by Patrick M. Bedont Jr.

Welcome to the Basilizoic era. A period of life on planet Earth that takes place after humanity drives itself to the brink of extinction with nanotechnology in the year 2045. The post Cenozoic era is definitely a Life Kingdom. With the nanotechnology working its wonders on all of Earth’s other lifeforms, the planet could not possibly look any better. In humanity’s stead, large voracious beasts now control the land. Making the Earth as it once was during the dinosaurs’ reign.
It appears as though Mother Earth is simply getting back what was always rightfully hers: lands free of destruction and suffering by the hands of man. That is not saying the vile species of Homo sapiens is completely eradicated though. For a few thousand survivors survive the massive die-off that occurred after The Great Bio War. Doing so by fleeing to the Wind River Ranges in Lander, Wyoming.
Shortly after the war, two factions form. One faction rules with fear-based manipulation at their primitive settlement around Fiddlers Lake. The other rules with freedom and fair justice at their hi-tech cavernous civilization inside of Mount Chauvenet.
All of that is in the past though. The year is now 2071 and the two factions are well set in their ways. However, not even the Fiddlers Lake leaders’ own kin can tolerate their repugnant ways. They seek to buck the trend and actually help their species out instead of torturing them with fear-based manipulation tactics and punishments.
Seeing as how they will never be able to change their settlement at Fiddlers Lake, the five adolescents seek to flee such tyranny and find salvation elsewhere. Each of the Mutineers know they have a greater purpose in this world and their need to find out the truth leads them to their inevitable escape. Such an escape being one they prepare for for months before sneaking out during The Order’s ‘Winter’s Night’ festival on the eve of the winter solstice.
Follow the five Mutineers on the journey to salvation. Each chapter comes complete with a map to show their journey through the Wind River Ranges of Wyoming. From Fiddlers Lake to Valentine Lake passed Mount Chauvenet and everywhere they travel in-between. That is not all though. Because you too can be a Mutineer. Submerse yourself deeper into their world by downloading Google Earth and typing in the locations mentioned in the book. Follow them with the satellite imagery provided by the Googles. Do not miss out-read 'The Last Mutineers' today!