The earth is in ruins. The only bread of life is brought back by the hunters -- other humans. For a man-eat-man survival is all that's left. The captured prey, comprise "the herd" (all female) to feed or to breed . . .thus to provide the sustenance for whatever time remains. Gord is a hunter for Antithesis. With his boundnaked bearer-slave, he sets out to capture from the survival city of Pthesis. More
Almighty Gord of Antithesis may be satire. Or not. So much is based on what the history of man shows us -- the beauty but the brutality, the creativity, yet carnage and chaos. There are many instances and images which might be offensive or even traumatic for some. And, too, in this book, too, there is cruelty combined with extreme eroticism. Almighty Gord of Antithesis presents the history of man's existence as the death of the earth. Old Marl, the host to Gord and his slave, examines the scope and span of antithesis: modernization, mechanization, globalization and more. In the short span of the l800s to 2200 AD, took place the complete collapse of society, civilization, ecology, and part of the North American continent due to sequential Cascade Range eruptions and drastic subductions. Such quasi-documentary satire of extremes is one focus of this book which, though, may present profound prediction of where we're heading.