Maudlin House Gives Sanctuary a Great Review
Maudlin House wrote Grace J. Agnew's Sanctuary a great review.
Maudlin House stated that Sanctuary "boldens the idea of the Earth in a state of healing when left to her own devices; far from the industry and hand of mankind and how humans can search for a type of redemption after the turmoil they have caused. It coaxes us to analyze our place in the world and the steps we must take to both exist consciously and purposefully with the time we have been given."
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There is no armageddon. The end is simpler than that, and sadder, because mankind was warned. People just kept piling on, polluting, depleting the water supply, over populating, until the earth simply gave up. Miranda and her son Alex are among the lucky ones, living in a controlled city that recreates everything they lost. It’s not enough for Alex, who escapes to join his father and a chance for real life in an outside city. Miranda has no choice but to follow.
City of the South is dirty and dangerous, more trash heap than fortress. Desperate people will do or trade anything for water and a mouthful of food. Neither city has the answers, but the planet may have answers of her own. Can Miranda, Alex and the human race itself follow Earth’s own answer for survival, or is it just too late?