One of the cities in the world of The Sundered, Danton wasn’t doing so well by the time Harry Iskinder is the main character in the book, The Sundered. He's nineteen years old and not very tall, to his great lament. However, he's in great shape. His diet is Sundered-designed, lean protein and a perfect balance of nutrition. He's been active since childhood, both in the Academy and out on the Black Water from the age of fourteen. His skin... came to visit it.
Far away from the economic boom-towns of the Five cities in the world of The Sundered, called Cape Horn, Cape Hope, Cape Heart, Cape Hand, and Cape Harm. In the southernmost area of the planet, this semi-circle of islands comprised the wealthiest area of the surviving world. At least one of them held a very interesting clue to the map Harry's father gave him...., Danton’s limited technology was ill-repaired, and their Powerful but broken creatures, enslaved to keep mankind alive in a flooded world. [themedy_alertbox icon="warning-sign" colour="red" font_awesome_att="" custom_colour=""] This wiki page is divided into TWO sections: Non-spoilers for The Sundered and spoilers for AFTER The Sundered. If you don't want spoilers for The Sundered, only read down to the halfway point (don't worry, I'll make it clear). If you're already read the... were weak and few. As a result, the city was slowly dying. Hygiene – necessary for humans – was fairly low-priority by that point, and crime was on the rise. Gangs weren’t uncommon (as Harry found out when he ran into Bakura’s small and malleable owner). Their local Institutions of education designed by Jason Iskinder. The purpose of the Academies was to ensure only what knowledge was "best" for the survival of humankind would continue. As a result, most of Earth's history was lost. Any mention of the Mythos or magic was purged; anything that might give away the location and purpose of The Hope was carefully tangled.... and Soothsayers are an odd religious sect in the world of The Sundered. Entirely female, this particular branch of believers decided a few generations past that the Sundered Ones should be worshiped like enslaved gods, rather than simply enslaved. Obviously, it's a little more complicated than that. The real truth is it began as a front for drug-running - specifically, the... were both run-down and on the edge of desperate.
Danton was one of the cities willing to develop A human attempt to weaponize the deadly water in the world of The Sundered. Though the main body of water flooding the planet kills if touched, it becomes harmless when removed (say, in a cup or bowl or bucket). These folks wanted it to retain its deadly properties even when separated. Harry never learns much about how it works; suffice..., which was the human’s attempt to weaponize A character mentioned in Love Makes Whole, a collection of short stories set after the novel, The Sundered. [themedy_alertbox icon="" colour="red" font_awesome_att="" custom_colour=""]Spoilers! This kind of ruins the whole book. Don't read on unless you've read The Sundered. Seriously. I suggest you don't do it.[/themedy_alertbox] [themedy_alertbox icon="" colour="red" font_awesome_att="" custom_colour=""]Spoilers! Yes, this is the second warning. I'm so serious. If you.... Needless to say, it never quite worked as planned.