The Book of Genesis describes the birth of the world and how God created Adam and Eve - but the portrayal of life in the Garden of Eden and the events that followed is short on detail…What if we could hear the story in Adam's own words? To know what it felt like to become conscious as God breathed his spirit into lifeless clay, to understand the wonder that Adam felt as God taught him about the world and how to live in it, to feel what it was like to be so blessed as to walk in the Garden of Eden at God's side?
Dublin, Good Friday, 1916. Kidnapped and held at gunpoint by his former IRB comrades, Bulmer Hobson, the misunderstood antihero of 1916, denounces the ill-fated Easter Rising he had tried to prevent. While his captors joke about shooting him and dumping his body on the railroad tracks, his terrified fiancée roams the chaos-ravaged city in search of him. Fifteen years of political rivalry, international conspiracy, botched love affairs, and taunting promises of glory culminate in a bloody showdown.
Tom Bodett once said that Homer, Alaska was, "the farthest place you could go without a passport." The colorful cast of characters that inhabit this collection of interconnected stories live at the very end of the westernmost highway in North America, driven there by love and loneliness, God and greed. In the shadow of the snow-capped peaks and ancient glaciers, they live out their lives - both comic and tragic - in hopes of getting through just one more day of salmon season.
"Take it back! Please!"
Based on true historical events, Brendan Malone: The Last Fenian is a folkloric satire examining the dark, destructive side of paternal love.