The Last Valley by Lee Anderson

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Written in a visual style, the Last Valley is a story for those who cling to the belief that people, at their core, are much more than just consumers, that there are higher ideals to embrace other than acquisition of trinkets and the expansion of our self-important empires.Through the passions and actions of its characters, The Last Valley explores the concept that our accepted economic paradigm may be leading us all to ruin. If you are a person who has seen just about enough of our natural world remade into man's image of strip malls, concrete and traffic jams, and who yearn for a more meaningful and simpler lifestyle, then this book is for you.When their wilderness valley becomes the target of an unscrupulous multinational timber corporation, the misfit residents of the Firesteel Valley turn to one of their own, Logan Turner, to help them win the day. But a violent confrontation with a despotic logging contractor prompts Logan on a journey to discover the truth about a woman who mysteriously disappeared from his life without a trace. His quest for love takes him away from one conflict and straight into another, as he is pursued by brutal assassins who close the trap in Denver.
 

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Published May 10, 2001 by iUniverse. 428 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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