Each of the following books can be read independently. However, following the main character through his adventures in a chronological order makes the understanding more complete. The books will be launched in June 2016.
Birth of a River
BOOK ONE OF THE ARMORAN TRILOGY
This is the story of two unlikely companions travelling from Brittany to Britain in search of a mystical river. Armoran, a child of twelve, has a special gift, he can listen to trees. Pursued and vulnerable, he turns to an old lighthouse keeper to help him carry out his mission. In a world turned increasingly disconnected and destructive, this allegory sets the stage for a contemporary rural renaissance. Birth of a River is a transforming novel about learning to listen to nature, the wisdom of innocence and self-discovery.
The River Beyond
BOOK THREE OF THE ARMORAN TRILOGY
It is 2067, the world is recovering from a horrendous spell of global civil war. Armoran, now eighty-two, decides to leave the comfort of his English home to search for his lost daughter in South East Asia. Nature has taken over, there are no more airplanes and it is still difficult to travel. Regenerative developments are flourishing and trade routes are having a slow come back. This will most likely be Armoran's last voyage, but he is ready to take on the challenge. Helped by remarkable people along the way, Armoran is forced to meet his demons and to cross the last river.
The River of Trees
BOOK TWO OF THE ARMORAN TRILOGY
After a twenty-five years exile in Bhutan, Armoran returns back to Europe to see for the last time his old companion the lighthouse-keeper. At the funeral, he meets an intriguing woman who invites him to join her on a pilgrimage along ancient lanes and woodlands of Britain. Little does he realise that this trip will change his life, kindle a rural renaissance, and redefine humankind's relationship with nature, thus setting the stage for the Great Turning.