What do you know to be real? Is your life real? What if everything you came to know, to feel, or to accept as reality suddenly came crashing down around your ankles? Who would you be? What choices would you make? Where would you go? Vilb is readying himself to undertake a pilgrimage. It’s not that he’s really all that pious or particularly devoted to the Gods. In fact, he often questions the very existence of the Gods and the nature of such faith in such troubled times. At times, he almost seems to visibly cringe at the mention of the Gods. Despite this, or perhaps unconsciously because of these reservations, the hermit feels inexplicably drawn to fulfill the journey that his father had completed before him. What Vilb finds and learns on this quest will threaten to destroy the very nature foundation of all that Vilb knows, believes, and has experienced. 2050: Volume One- Gods of Little Earth introduces the reader to a post apocalyptic Earth. Every detail has been carefully tended, almost like the author has prepared for this tale by writing history books, newspaper articles, and academic papers, essentially creating this world from scratch and making it breath in color and realistic depth. To create this impression is an amazing undertaking yet the majority of readers will only see a seamlessly well crafted, exciting story. Like me, the only question they’ll have at the end is when is book two coming out? I can’t wait!