Waterborne : chronicle of the clan of Noah / David J Marsh.
A floating Eden. A keep of beasts. Mankind begins again. The famed prophet and shipbuilder lays in his tent, on his deathbed. The family gathers, as family will, taking turns at his side-a few minutes, a day. Each brings their memories, scars, and burdens. A wife, three sons, and their three wives-each knows the past, and each offers a telling. The prophet shipbuilder is dead. A family history is revealed. From smallest detail to sweeping revelation, we are told of life inside the family that survived the prophecy, absorbed the ridicule and carried the memory. Construction plans scratched onto slate, snakes the girth of cedar trunks, and a vineyard reduced to a pasture of ash. With the sunrise over a new world, a single narrative emerges of life inside the clan of Noah. Life with Noah wasn't easy. Life without him wasn't possible. The longest shadow on earth was cast by the work of their hands.
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