What could possibly be funny about two Tibetan boys climbing a mountain behind their village and finding a very strange object? Would any sane person laugh when the object turned out to be a time capsule created by an advanced civilisation over 300,000 years ago? And what about when the time capsule produces a hologram showing an enlightened society built on the principle of empowerment, a society which managed to destroy itself? How can anybody find it amusing when a heroin smuggling gang dispatches a deadly assassin to chase one of the boys and his rich Chinese girlfriend half way across Asia? Can you imagine what your life would be like if you were not being exploited every day? To find the answers to these intriguing questions, read Pyramid Asia immediately!
- Paperback | 206 pages
- 152 x 229 x 12mm | 308g
- 18 Oct 2014
- Sense of Place Publishing
- Illustrations, black and white