War has been waged longer than time itself. One civilization chose the caves and left the light. The enemy now attacks the cave people. The cave army rebuilds their first old line of defense outside their tunnels. Why did the enemy let them rebuild? Farmers from the caves join the army to farm. Other people follow, earning credits to buy items outside their Social Order. How will the farmers pay? More
Two peoples have warred longer than their history’s records. One civilization has barricaded themselves in caves and man-made tunnels. They left their enemy the open sky. The enemy has begun attacking the cave dwellers in their tunnels. Does the enemy have a plan for their final destruction? The cave dwellers did not win any battle and yet their enemy has let them refortify one old defensive line outside their tunnels. Is the enemy weaker than anyone thought? The cave dwellers’ Supreme Army Commander has had no control of what is happening and is worried. In their secure caves, the government is split in what they should do: attack, wait, or hide. The Supreme Army Commander has no idea as to what the enemy is doing or can do. The cave army is now outside and are soon followed by the farmers. They find good land and more farmers rush outside. They are followed by other cave dwellers wishing to earn extra credits from the farmers to purchase items not available to their Social Orders. Can the upcoming outside harvest be large enough for the farmers to pay all the credits they have promised?
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I am trained as a theoretical mathematician. I am an emeritus member of the American Mathematical Society for fifty odd years. I have lived in Seattle since 1967. I starting writing fiction after writing a family history.