Hertell Daggett discovers a lost civilization living under his failing pet cemetery. Well maybe not lost so much as just, misinformed -- they've been living beneath the pet cemetery due to bad information they got in 1963 about the end of the world, and were unaware that the world had wobbled on without them. Hertell finds a whole new life and whole new purpose as he lovingly leads his cherished duck-and-cover civilization into the glorious, mystifying, and often dismaying modern world.
Funny, inflammatory, and weirdly prophetic
Silver Winner Foreword INDIES Book Of The Year Award - Science Fiction
Bronze Winner Readers' Favorite Award - Literary Fiction
Finalist National Indie Excellence Awards - Contemporary Novel
Wow—Lotsa Story Lines
This book was akin to tiny bits of copper pinging around my brain pan, stimulating both questions and answers. Most were satisfied by the ending.....but a baby in the desert?
An alternative reality.
I loved this book. Just when you think you’ve read them all, this author has found something original . I highly recommend this book.