Monday, Mar 30, 2020 7:00 PM
602 North Highland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
Taylor Brown, author of the acclaimed novels "Fallen Land," "The River of Kings," and "Gods of Howl Mountain" will discuss his thrilling new book, "Pride of Eden" – a story of the world on the verge of ruin, due to man's exploitation of the natural world.
This event is free and open to the public. If you are unable to attend the event, you may pre-order a signed copy of the book for in-store pickup or delivery below:
About the Book
Retired racehorse jockey and Vietnam veteran Anse Caulfield rescues exotic big cats, elephants, and other creatures for Little Eden, a wildlife sanctuary near the abandoned ruins of a failed development on the Georgia coast. But when Anse's prized lion escapes, he becomes obsessed with replacing her―even if the means of rescue aren't exactly legal.
Anse is joined by Malaya, a former soldier who hunted rhino and elephant poachers in Africa; Lope, whose training in falconry taught him to pilot surveillance drones; and Tyler, a veterinarian who has found a place in Anse's obsessive world.
From the rhino wars of Africa to the battle for the Baghdad Zoo, from the edges of the Okefenokee Swamp to a remote private island off the Georgia coast, Anse and his team battle an underworld of smugglers, gamblers, breeders, trophy hunters, and others who exploit exotic game.
“Pride of Eden” is Taylor Brown's brilliant fever dream of a novel: set on the eroding edge of civilization, rooted in dramatic events linked not only with each character's past but to the prehistory of America, where great creatures roamed the continent and continue to inhabit our collective imagination.
About the Author
Taylor Brown grew up on the Georgia coast. He has lived in Buenos Aires, San Francisco, and the mountains of western North Carolina. He is the recipient of the Montana Prize in Fiction and a finalist for the Southern Book Prize. His novels include "Fallen Land," "The River of Kings," and "Gods of Howl Mountain." He lives in Savannah, Georgia.