ABOUT THE BOOK
Centuries ago global crimes against wildlife were taken to another level as Zoologism became the dominant religion in Great Britain. Zoologism created a fighting branch, called The Defenders, to eliminate any creature that could pose a threat to mankind.
After the Second Boer War of 1902, Great Britain took control of South Africa. Years later Edward, a veteran of the war, decides it’s time he dealt with his personal trauma of the war. He takes with him his nephew, Morris who struggles with his future.
Searching for answers, Edward and Morris realize that their neatly planned agenda is thrown out. Years of mass slaughtering wildlife has led to an unprecedented animal uprising that shakes modern civilization. As The Defenders are trying to take a stance against the remorseless waves of animal attack, Morris and Edward have to decide between family and personal interest.