Dallas, Tex. - Set in war-torn Afghanistan, Author C. S. Huxley’s newest fiction, No Paws Left Behind, explicates the greatest issues of our time through a fable, but unlike Animal Farm, his group of animal characters discover a pathway to greater freedom for all.
As Afghanistan falls, many Americans and their animals are left behind. Some owners flee and others are beheaded, forcing their pets to fend for themselves. The story follows fourteen animals who unite and journey from Kabul toward freedom under the banner—No Paws Left Behind. Led by BB the Tibetan Mastiff, Rae the Afghan hound, their son Blue, and Doctor Biggs the eagle owl, they discover a Taliban plot to destroy the United States, involving America’s Old Man and General George S. Ripper and using America’s own nuclear missiles—Osama Bin Laden-style. BB and Blue debate breaking the language golden rule, which prohibits them from talking to humans, in order to save America and the world.
“Their journey to freedom is our journey: from attention, phenomenology, to language thinking, to the will for power gone awry, to slavery, to racism, then back to sentient consciousness, to truth, love, internal freedom, meaning, goodness, and God,” explained Huxley. “No Paws Left Behind is the most momentous and triumphant journey to freedom in American history.”
Huxley delivers humankind’s 2,600-year march toward truth and greater freedom for all through a four-hour read. “No Paws Left Behind is a fairy tale too important to ignore,” added Huxley. “Satire is an excellent tool to explore grave and sensitive issues many of us are hesitant to consider.”
No Paws Left Behind can be purchased online through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, SDP Publishing and other retailers.
About the Author: C. S. Huxley is a catalyst, wit, scholar, inventor, Christian and advocate for perennial Romanticism.
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