By Paul Spencer Sochaczewski
Published by Typhoon Media
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Published: Feb. 07, 2013
Words: 80,720 (approximate)
In the middle of a Borneo rainforest a band of near-naked Penan tribesmen, encouraged by an equally clothes-challenged renegade Swiss shepherd, hesitantly blockade a logging truck, testing their commitment to protect their forest home. A comic novel set in Borneo about the environment.
In the middle of a Borneo rainforest a band of near-naked Penan tribesmen, encouraged by an equally clothes-challenged renegade Swiss shepherd, hesitantly blockade a logging truck, testing their commitment to protect their forest home. Nearby, a researcher studying orangutans is threatened with being thrown out of her study site unless she can reach a delicate compromise with the powerful minister of the environment. Meanwhile, loggers are busy at work, devastating the rainforest. Time is running out, for the people and the orangutans who share this threatened environment. Who has the answer to saving the world’s oldest forest: the marketing experts of an international nature conservation group or the earnest monkey-wrenchers? At the heart of Redheads black-humored fictional action lies the very real problem of rainforest destruction and the philosophical question of where the real boundaries lie between apes and humans. And just what is it about red silk underwear?
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