The environment and life on earth are fragile. To meet the changes in the world, people have to change their way of life.
San Francisco, Calif. (PRWEB) October 02, 2013
Just as the very first civilization was born 5,000 years ago and no longer exists today, Robert Matsunaga’s imagined civilization of the Senetha faces extinction - and time is running out.
Matsunaga’s book, A Journey of a Thousand Seasons explores the connections between human beings and nature as he tells the story of a young man’s coming-of-age journey. The book offers insight about the delicateness of life on earth and the pursuit of individual identity.
As the civilization of the Senetha faces adversity, Matsunaga also touches on the importance of exploring alternate ways of thinking about culture and the environment.
“The environment and life on earth are fragile. To meet the changes in the world, people have to change their way of life,” he says.
Matsunaga shares his cultural knowledge and life experiences through the main character, Tenashar, and his adventures in a tumultuous world. As readers follow Teneshar in his quest to save the Senetha tribe from destruction, they will learn how societies adapt to meet cultural and environmental changes.
A Journey of a Thousand Seasons
By Robert Matsunaga
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and iUniverse online bookstores.
About the Author
Robert Matsunaga spent much of his childhood learning about stories and mythologies from all over the world, adding to his extensive background knowledge on different cultures and civilizations. He currently resides in San Francisco, Calif. where he is pursuing his career as a writer and artist.