New Book by Jim Metzner: Sacred Mounds
08/22/2020

Adelaide Books announces the Release of the novel Sacred Mounds

Online PR News – 22-August-2020 – New York City – ADELAIDE BOOKS is proud to offer the latest work by Jim Metzner Sacred Mounds hitting stores everywhere on June 16, 2020.

Cyclonic hordes of insects, a telepathic despot, body-swapping sex - just a few of the surprises Salvador Samuels encounters when he finds himself swept back to pre-colonial times walking in the moccasins of a blind Indian - who, in turn, has been transported into Salvador's body in present day America. Four hundred years apart, they're bound by a common mission to rescue our world, aided by the mysterious presence of the mounds. Thousands of these ancient earthworks once dotted the landscape of North America. We still don't know why they were created. Sacred Mounds suggests they are as important today as when they were made over a thousand years ago.
Sacred Mounds, a first novel of magical realism and historical fantasy, weaves the stories of two men, each a stranger in a strange land. With the help of two remarkable women, they must find a way to save our planet and return home.

Jim Metzner studied acting at Yale Drama School and enjoyed a brief career working as a singer-songwriter in London.
He has been producing sound-rich audio programs since 1977, including Pulse of the Planet, which has been on the air since 1988 and is now heard widely as a podcast. For many years, Jim produced features and commentaries for All Things Considered, Marketplace, Weekend Edition and other public radio programs. He has recorded all over the world and received major grants from the National Science Foundation, NASA, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Grammy Foundation.
Stories about his work have appeared in Audio Magazine (cover story), New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Christian Science Monitor, National Geographic, Today Show and CBS Evening News. His forty-year archive of sounds is now deposited in the Library of Congress in Washington, DC.
A bee-keeper and avid fly-fisherman, Jim resides in New York’s Hudson River Valley with his wife Eileen

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