Saul of Sodom: The Last Prophet
“Naomi loves you, Saul … She loves you in a way that neither you nor I can truly understand – in a way that only someone like her is capable of loving. But because of who she is, a world like ours can only destroy her. And because of what you are, her love will cause you pain unlike anything you have ever felt before..." More
The dystopian image of a world order built on perpetual war is Bo Jinn's backdrop to the story of Saul Vartanian; a veteran of the warzones, scarred both physically and emotionally by battles fought, and by the perverse order of the UMC to which his life and soul have been committed, and from which there is no escape.
Saul’s struggle takes a dramatic turn, however, when he comes upon a figure of innocence and purity utterly alien to the world that bore him. Orphaned by the ever-growing blight of war and the spread of so-called “martial order”, little Naomi becomes Saul Vartanian’s last vestige of hope and his final redemption for a past long forgotten. . .