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   Entopia: Revolution of the Ants, by Rad Zdero  
 
  Novel, first publication in January 2008
 
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      ystery. Danger. Adventure. Faith. It's all here! A multi-layered tale in the allegorical tradition of George Orwell's Animal Farm. Fun for all ages. A legend is told of a pale white ant, who will end the curse and bring a new order to Entgora. Gazer is an ordinary worker ant living in the ancient ant colony of Entgora. It's a world of strict hierarchy and order.and of harsh punishment. Yet Gazer is also a dreamer.and always has been. After a mishap during a routine work expedition sends her plummeting to the ground-snapping off one of her antennae-Gazer stumbles across the sacred but secret mating ritual of a future Queen ant. The night before her trial for this blasphemy and crime, she has a dream that changes the course of her life and the lives of all antkind from that day on. Along with her friends Tenspeed and Digdirt, Gazer finds herself locked in a whirlwind of political and mystical intrigues, epic wars and civil revolts, gender and class struggles, and dreams and secret societies..

     
     
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  • Insects - Arachnids - Insectoids
  • Mythology - Myths - Legends - Fairy Tales - Folklore
  • Revolution - Revolt - Rebels
  • Secret Societies

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