Tsuga's Children is a story of adventure, and of the knowledge of death and survival in an environment whose outer world is almost as dangerous as its inner one. It is a celebration of the old-fashioned virtues of bravery, kindness and honor in an implacable landscape-yet one not wholly indifferent, because it has sustained human beings for as long as our spirits have merged with it. It is a story of ambition, and of the demands and rewards of power.
by Thomas Williams
by Thomas Hardy
by Thomas Paine
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