"The Woodsman" An old man wakes up soaked and cold on the bank of a river that is only vaguely familiar to him. He cannot remember his name. He cannot remember his past. And he has no idea how he got there. He has a more pressing problem, though. With night falling, he must make it to warmth safety. To his surprise, he finds an austere man in the woods who provides him comfort but little more. As they trek towards the woodsman’s village on the other side of the mountain’s peak, the old man slowly gains comfort with his surroundings. He begins to remember his past. And finally, he begins to figure out how and why he wound up on the bank of the river in the familiar woods to begin with.
About the Author: Gary T. Cage holds a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Tennessee and lives in Reno, Nevada. He has been a minister for more than 40 years and a college instructor for over 30 years. His previous writing has been in the realm of Christian theology. This is his first novel.
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