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The Secret World of Terijian

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For every forest destroyed... And so begins The Secret World of Terijian, a heart-wrenching story recounting the adventure of two youngsters and the secret world hidden behind their homes. Days are spent playing make-believe and enjoying the world among the woods, and one of the little ones begins his adventure to earn a Hawk's feather. However, when a looming force threat ...more
paperback, 95 pages
Published October 22nd 2007 by CrimethInc
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A one hundred page children's story about the Earth Liberation Front. Two kids are playing make believe in the woods near their home, searching for the elves who protect the forest. They finally find some, black clad human forms monkeywrenching the logging machinery that is destroying the forest they play in. The elves hear them watching and run away, so it becomes up to the little kids to save the forest themselves, and find their own elven roots in the process.

I think the story was too heavy h
Ryan Mishap
I was excited to hear about this as I have long wished that those involved in producing political writings would also bring out fiction. Stories shape our thoughts, which inturn shape our actions, and we need better stories if the world is ever going to change for the better.
In a suburban development, a boy meets a girl and they have fun in the woods behind their houses. The development isn't finished, however, and the woods will soon be destroyed. The girls says that there are elves in the wo
A gift from my sis. How can I not read it?

This is a sweet little fable about how to be an anarcho-environmentalist... or something. It's really just two little kids (plus some elves) trying to save a doomed forest from the great jaws of progress and industry.

I know a lot of people hate on CrimethInc., but I've been very impressed with what I've read of their offerings. Plus, you've gotta love this note on the "copyright" page: "No Copyright 2007. All words, images, and fables can be reproduced
Jonathan Culver
This was good for what it was, but not near what I had hoped. It is essentially a shorter, simpler, more realistic version of Ferngully with little bits of ELF propaganda thrown in. Do I mostly agree with the ELF? Yes. Does that mean that I enjoy what essentially amounts to obvious propaganda? Not so much. I was glad that the ending was realistic, however.
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Crimethought is not any ideology or value system or lifestyle, but rather a way of challenging all ideologies and value systems and lifestyles—and, for the advanced agent, a way of making all ideologies, value systems, and lifestyles challenging.
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