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By: John Bell

In the Beginning

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Time is all. A new cycle has begun.

The Atlas Mountains in Morocco, present day: A Berber boy, Uyyub, falls asleep under a sacred tree and dreams the tree talks to him. Curious and intrigued, he returns, but this time the tree talks to him when he is not asleep. Together they travel through time, charting the course of the evolution of life on Earth with particular reference to his clan’s genesis. Uyyub’s sister, Thiyya, joins them to watch the dirty-dancing dinosaurs and ends up interacting with events at the meeting between man and superman. Belief, Sid, is close by on all occasions to guide the brother and sister towards the final meeting with Time himself.

Our solar system is one of the several nurseries within the universe, devised by Time and his many personalities (the gang) to promote life and help staunch Time’s ongoing boredom.

The experiment on planet Earth is a miraculous success, giving rise to much speculation within Time’s gang. It is, therefore, being closely monitored and so the illegal time travellers are soon discovered, prompting a race between Time, who is determined to put an end to this anomaly; and the sacred tree, equally determined to enlighten the children fully of their heritage. Who will win the race?

The author is a retired forestry worker and head gardener, and is currently living in Morocco. He is single and has no children. He has travelled extensively through Europe, Middle East, India and Australia. He likes to walk anywhere and loves rambling in the mountains and swimming with sardines in the Atlantic.

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