Bode was a loner, more by chance than intention. He was always on the lookout for things to aid his survival, and some of the things he found were to change his life and those of his friends forever. His little clan was all that was left (as far as he knew) after the holocaust brought about by man’s foolishness, and that was bound up in mysticism and myth – which didn’t help their survival one little bit.
By pushing his luck to the limit, and taking chances no others would dare, he forged a new life – and hope for what was left of mankind.

This bite-sized tale from David Reynolds-Moreton foreshadows possible histories of his other fascinating stories such as “The Tribe” and “Of Wood, Metal and Glass”.