Mountains, Trees and…Giants: a Fictional Call-to-Action

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Lyu shows society that nature is more than a meal source and calling for a change in new book

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We are forced to see that just because something is different, doesn't mean it's wrong.

In the world today, people are often faced with the ugliness of some people’s thoughts and actions, but rarely take a stand to make a difference.

In “Intruders,” author Zhen Lyu introduces her audience to a world of adventure and mythical beasts. Lyu creates a place where not only have humans never seen giants, but giants have never seen humans.

“There is not an absolute camp of justice or evil,” Lyu said. “We are forced to see that just because something is different, doesn’t mean it’s wrong.”

Lyu creates a world that not only shows what could happen if unwanted and unknown intruders came, but also the world we have today where we ignore the environment around us and take it for granted.

“I wanted to create a reason for people to remember that we should express gratitude toward other living creatures,” Lyu said. “We have been making use of other animals to satisfy ourselves for a long time, but we hold no feeling of gratitude to nature for serving as our resources. That needs to change.”

“Intruders”
By Zhen Lyu
ISBN: 978-1-51444-406-1
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris

About the author
She devotes herself in fantasies; she devotes herself in the reality. She writes for children; she writes for adults. She depicts a fictitious world; she depicts the real world. She may arouse your excitement; she may drop you into silence. She shares her fantastical imagination with you; she shares her serious thoughts with you—anyway, it is for the readers to decide that whether she is a storyteller or a thought provoker.

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317.602.7137
ecoomer(at)bohlsengroup(dot)com

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