quote from Kate Taylor's dystopian fiction novel WHEN THE LAST RIVER DIES


The second novel in a stand-alone series, WHEN THE LAST RIVER DIES, takes place in the years afterThe Destruction.

The survivors learn they are not alone when an intriguing traveler comes through a secret tunnel carved into the steep Capucin mountains. His presence both intrigues and disturbs them. They are reminded of what they lost, and yet they need his message of love, his lessons on how to use music to heal their wounded souls.

With his help, and with that of the monks from the Monastery of The Trees, the survivors start to reclaim their humanity. They begin to recognize the importance of their connection to nature, and they start to understand how their neglect and abuse contributed to the planet's destruction. They begin to take the first steps toward allowing themselves to love once more.




Climate change devastates nature, destroys farmlands, and creates displaced people who are faced with the choice to leave or starve. The events in my book are not fiction. They are happening every day all around us. I chose to present these things in a fictional setting because maybe those who profit from keeping the truth hidden, will miss the books, the art, and the music that expose their lies. Write those songs. Paint those pictures. Write those books. Let the world know what's happening to our planet.


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quote from Kate Taylor's dystopian fiction novel WHEN THE LAST RIVER DIES


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KATE TAYLOR'S BOOKS AND DESIGNS

EARTH STEWARD

HUMAN RIGHTS

STRONG WOMAN

CRAZY OLD LADY OF PEACE

THE GODLESS HEATHEN

THE ART OF MARIJUANA

ALTERNATIVE SPRITUALITY

ALTERNATIVE HOLIDAYS

CHILDFREE BY CHOICE

CRAZY CARD LADY

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