Cape Horn

One of the five southern-most locations remaining above water in the world of The Sundered.

Spoilers, yo. Don’t read on unless you’ve already read The Sundered.

 Seriously. Big spoilers ahead.

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This city was the meeting-point for HarryHarry Iskinder is the main character in the book, The Sunder... Iskinder and Artemus ParnumArtemus Parnum is Harry Iskinder's mentor. He's brilliant, a... after the disastrous events in TauriOne of the cities in the world of The Sundered. This city is.... It also showed a glimpse of lingering EarthI don't really need to tell you about this place. You live t... cultures. The original 53 survivors came from all around the world, selected by The AssociationThe modern, PR-friendly name for The Tohu - not that those f... (also knows ¬†as The TohuThe Tohu is ancient. Frustratingly, it's also deeply mysteri..., the Void, Apocalypse, and many other similarly dramatic names) as the only ones worthy of surviving the human race’s end. They brought with them what they could: cultural items and accoutrements, clothing, recipes, samples of food carefully flash-frozen and stored, texts a4nd vids on religion and history and mythology and legend.

Only 53 people had been chosen, and it was not nearly so egalitarian as to include one from each surviving country. Four were caucasian; twenty-two fell into the broad category of “Asian,” including refugees as disparate as Pakistanian and Bruneian; fifteen were from the remnants of the north and south American continents; twelve were from all over the continent of Africa.

The ideal of mixing and mashing cultures never really works as well as some hope. In time, various groups with even mildly similar backgrounds split up.

Those in the southern hemisphere were largely from the so-calle “Asian” countries, which in essence led to their Sundered-powered development of spices, oils, and other goods required to conttinue what lifestyle they eventually settled on.

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Indie author Ruthanne Reid writes about elves, aliens, vampires, and space-travel with equal abandon. She is the author of the series Among the Mythos, and believes good stories should be shared.

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