Future Home of the Living God
A NovelBook - 2017
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Born on an Ojibwe reservation and adopted by a couple who prioritized a connection to her tribal roots, Cedar is 26, single, pregnant—and living in a dystopian near-future in which evolution appears to be reversing. On the run from oppressive authorities who want her unborn child, Cedar must deci... Read More »
A moving meditation on female agency, self-determination, biology, and natural rights that speaks to the troubling changes of our time.
In a future American police state in which evolution starts moving in reverse, adopted Ceder Hawk Songmaker hides from authorities to protect her unborn child as she seeks her birth family for answers.
“Future Home of the Living God explores the possibility of evolution reversing and is told from the perspective of a pregnant woman who is writing a journal to her unborn child. Along the way we meet her adoptive parents, her birth mother, and she reports on society unraveling and detaining pregn... Read More »
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Postapocalyptic, women can't get pregnant or have enhanced (mutated) children,. Fertile women are held in prison until birth. Theocracy which keeps only "normal" children, which ar farmed out at birth. Indian woman with normal child in utero tells story to mbryo, then child is taken away.
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