Randall Amos Chapman, a native of New Hampshire, had a life-changing experience when he was invited to the White House to attend President Carter’s Small Business Energy Conference. Inspired by President Carter’s commitment to human rights, Amos became a progressive, a humanitarian, a conservationist, an environmentalist, and an animal rights advocate. All these qualities can be seen in Amos’ debut novel, Court on Mount High. A invigorating novelette, Court on Mount High will inflame and mobilize a passion for the animal kingdom and the environment which we mutually inhabit. The characters, acting upon a driving need for change, evoke a universal hope for the future.
There is growing frustration, discontent, and fear among the animal kingdom. Entire species have become extinct and hundreds more are endangered. There seems to be no end to their suffering. The environment, too, is being plagued by deforestation and contaminants; both the water and air are highly polluted. The few humans who are rich and powerful wield seemingly unstoppable power while the majority of humanity are helpless, manipulated, and abused. Finally, one soul summons the moral strength to question the status quo, and the unthinkable happens! “Court on Mount High” is an invigorating novelette that will inflame and mobilize a passion for the animal kingdom and the environment, which we mutually inhabit. The characters, acting upon a driving need for change, evoke a universal hope for the future.
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