Under attack, accused of being traitors, even their friends wonder if the family Oberllyn think tank can survive the corruption that is the Brotherhood. When even the President succumbs to the mania taking over the earth, can the Oberllyn’s survive? In the final book of the Oberllyn Family Chronicles triple trilogy, Traveler takes us on a tour of a world decimated by the evil of the Brotherhood; from viral warfare to gene warping mutations, kidnappings and murder, political takeovers and a mystical being known only as the Over Lord, they leave nothing in their wake but absolute destruction. The ecology of the earth has slid into a catastrophic downturn, with water that is no longer wet and plant life going into shock, the oceans dying and lifeforms rewashing extinction levels. Famine and total destruction seems inevitable and there has to be a scapegoat. When Noel discovers that they will shortly be under physical military attack from all the world military, Kai and Micah re-allocate protective domes for all the scattered family laboratories and research centers. Micah and Alex dream seriously of space travel and colonization of new worlds. The family worldwide must make a decision of whether or not trying one more time to turn it all around is a better use of their resources than just letting it all go and finding a new home. With the intense action and paradoxical decisions, Traveler leads us down a road where we might go in a few years without careful change in how we all live and believe.
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J. Traveler Pelton was born in West Virginia in the last century. She is active in her home church; enjoys having theological disputes with her friends, loves to cook a big meal and then take a walk, discussing the ideas of what her friends/family are studying. She was the Nation’s Mother for her tribe for several years: she is still wife to Dan after 45 years, mother of six adults, a grandmother of eight, a Clinically Licensed Independent Social worker, a retired adjunct professor of social work at her local university and an avid reader. She is a cancer survivor. She studies science, technology, Biblical studies and human behavior. She is quick to draw parallels between different fields of thought and weave the ideas into a cohesive ideology that is at once practical, usable and thoughtful. Her books are the result of blending her life experiences with bureaucracy, studying science and nature, counseling and faith. She greatly enjoys the intersection of fantasy and possibility and hopes you enjoy it as well. We will see you on the other side of the imagination tree.Being a fiber artist and shepherd as well, she loves to spin, make quilts and raises alpacas on her mini farm. J. Traveler is also a lay leader in her home church. She loves to cook big meals for people and find ways to help folks having life struggles. Her farm, Springhaven Croft, is home to alpacas, dogs, Siamese cats, canaries, an eclectic group of chickens and an irascible Amazon Parrot named Gizmo. Her webpage is travelerpelton.com; she also has a FB page called Traveler Pelton. Come visit real soon!