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2033. In An Lac ashram, at the tranquil heart of the Swiss Alps, a small group of men and women finds their oasis of peace under threat from the rise of religious fundamentalism and the catastrophic events of the outside world, where tsunamis have wiped out half the planet's coastline.

Their charismatic leader, Ajahn Annando, has followers worldwide who look to him for guidance. Compelled to act, he establishes An Lac as a resistance command centre. Ralph's difficult adolescent son Tom, steadfast Erin, the intellectual Ajit, and gentle Stefano who cares for the ashram's livestock, are now thrown into unfamiliar roles.

Forced to turn their energy outward from their utopian community, they journey to the desert in Turkey, to the fiefdom of the tribal leader, Jawal Kowi, and to the chaotic, frightening city that Madrid has become. In the face of ruthless opposition each will encounter challenges, both emotional and physical, they would never have foreseen or chosen.

This is their story.

'This engaging novel provides a modern parable for how things might be if we do not take equal care of our communities and our planet.'

Patricia Jones, author and playwright.




Alex Rushton

Sunrise at An Lac



Sunrise at An Lac


by Alex Rushton

Published by Scriptora

Paperback

204 pages. Size 198 x 129mm.

Date published: July 2014

Author website: www.alexrushton.co.uk

ISBN: 978-0956249470

Price £6.99