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Servant of the Seasons 1: Autumn (Servant of the Seasons #1)

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Kicked out of his home in the Domes, Edor finds himself squatting on abandoned land, taking it on as his own and trying to eke out a meagre living from the infertile soil. When his closest neighbor, Varas, offers to trade his hard-earned crop for him in the town several weeks’ walk away, Edor takes the man up on it. Months later, when Varas still has not returned, Edor has ...more
Kindle Edition, 47 pages
Published (first published March 29th 2008)
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Elisa Rolle
In a futuristic world, I imagine it like a post apocalyptic world where people lost all their technology and are now living like in the nineteen century or before, Edor is a man running away from his previous life, who chooses to live in an abandoned farm.

The first winter is really awful but Edor manages to harvest a crop and he gives it to his neighboor to sell and bring back seeds and a beast. Months later, when Edor thinks his neighboor lost, he comes back with seeds and two slaves instead o
Mara Ismine
An interesting future tale that unfolds over the four parts. The society is fragmented and there are no heavy explanations as to why. Information is revealed almost incidentally as Edor slowly adapts to life outside his native dome and the anarchy that surrounds him.

I read all four parts together as one story.
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Before dawn and after dark, Lee Benoit is a writer of queer fiction, some contemporary, some speculative, some historical. During the daylight hours she is a professor of sociology & anthropology. In the old days, Lee traveled the world doing field research. Nowadays, she lives in the middle of a New England hayfield where being a two-spirit single parent provides more than enough excitement. ...more
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