Something lies hidden in the remote wilderness. It is unremarkable in appearance yet beautiful in purpose. It is intelligent yet not human. It is a gift. But gifts always come at a price.
It’s 1868. Gentleman naturalist Samuel Inwood is fulfilling his dream of exploring Dutch New Guinea when things go horribly wrong. A savage aboriginal tribe takes him captive, and as Samuel fights to survive, he begins to doubt that he is the civilized man he had thought himself to be. But his personal concerns suddenly become trivial when he realizes the tribe is harboring the greatest discovery in history, and he finds himself solely responsible for the future of all humanity.
Losing his sanity and stripped of his dignity, Samuel finds solace in writing of his horrors and revelations in his field notebook. The more he learns of his captors and the secret they hold, the more his written words become a warning to the rest of the world. It is a warning he hopes no one will ever have to heed.
If you have found this book, it is too late. The end of the world has already begun. Are you prepared to face what the new world might bring?
Savage is pure adventure, reminiscent of the classic tales of Edgar Rice Burroughs and Jules Verne.
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