The Traveler

TitleThe Traveler
Year for Search2005
AuthorsTwelve Hawks, John [pseud.]
Date Published2005
PublisherBantam Press
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsMale author
Annotation

Dystopia. Book One of The Fourth Realm Trilogy. The world, known as the Vast Machine, is populated by citizens who think they know what is going on and drones who are too tired to care. Unknown to them, there is a continuing conflict between the Tabula (the bad guys) and the Harlequins (the good guys). The second volume, The Dark River. Book Two of The Fourth Realm Trilogy. London: Bantam Press, 2007. U. S. ed. New York: Doubleday, 2007, describes those who attempt to live free lives outside the grip of the authoritarian dystopia. The third volume, The Golden City: Book Three of the Fourth Realm Trilogy. New York: Doubleday, 2009 resolves the conflicts developed in the first two volumes and suggests a positive outcome. 

Additional Publishers

U. S. ed. New York: Doubleday. Rpt. New York: Random House/Vintage, 2006.

Pseudonym

John Twelve Hawks [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

The author has stated that he is not Native American.

Full Text

2005 Twelve Hawks, John [pseud.]. The Traveler. London: Bantam Press. U. S. ed. New York: Doubleday. Rpt. New York: Random House/Vintage, 2006. Book One of The Fourth Realm Trilogy. L, PSt

Dystopia. Book One of The Fourth Realm Trilogy. The world, known as the Vast Machine, is populated by citizens who think they know what is going on and drones who are too tired to care. Unknown to them, there is a continuing conflict between the Tabula (the bad guys) and the Harlequins (the good guys). The second volume, The Dark River. Book Two of The Fourth Realm Trilogy. London: Bantam Press, 2007. U. S. ed. New York: Doubleday, 2007, describes those who attempt to live free lives outside the grip of the authoritarian dystopia. The third volume, The Golden City: Book Three of the Fourth Realm Trilogy. New York: Doubleday, 2009 resolves the conflicts developed in the first two volumes and suggests a positive outcome. The author has stated that he is not Native American.