By Daniel Sandoval
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Published: June 20, 2011
Words: 67,170 (approximate)
Isolated from his nation of Portcoma, 16 year old Lino watches his father create a new animal species which blows open the doors for desert colonization. Unveiled by this creation are organized threats that will shake the foundation of a forgotten tribal people ready to reclaim their land of what once was the western United States.
The Great Drought of the West has divided the United States. In the middle of the division is a 16 year old named Lino Santiago, his sole purpose has been to prove that life can exist in the desert. His commitment to his family and friends sustain him through an arduous journey where he discovers the true protectors of the land he loves. By facing the greed of colonization and acknowledging the reality that darkness relentlessly invades the hearts of men, Lino finds his calling and attempts to restore order to the land suffering from the great drought.
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