Wolf Cliss – ecowarrior and green philosopher – is arrested in Slovenia while protesting against the destruction of an ancient oak forest to make way for a new motorway. He has been arrested dozens of times before, but now he is being blamed for a logger’s death.
Kei Yushiro is an alternative archaeologist who while working on a dig in the Sahara Desert thinks she has stumbled on modafinil earlier than previously thought.
Lorcan O’Malley , a former wandering Irish musician, literally blew his mind on psychedelic drugs during the 60s and four decades later is still struggling to comprehend the terrifying insights into the human psyche that opened up before him.
Ecopunks follows Wolf as he battles to save rainforests in Asia and South America, faces being obliterated in a nuclear testing zone in the Pacific Ocean and runs the gauntlet of big business and governments who label him an ecoterrorist.
He is an archetype of the modern age but behind the image is a vulnerable man who bitterly resents the caricature that he has become.
Kei’s controversial theories about a sophisticated human civilization that existed long before official history began are dismissed mainstream historians, but the evidence is there in ancient structures on every continent and myths in every culture.
It take’s Lorcan’s frazzled mind to draw the strands together and come to the conclusion that history is screaming a warning to us about the dangers of ignoring the consequence of accelerating climate change
Part adventure story, part psychological thriller and part new age philosophy, ecopunks is an environmental parable for the 21st century.
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