The three Nefzawi brothers, Ibrahim and Ghazwan and Fred, are on a mission to the far reaches of northern Canada in the winter. They seek the hidden monastery of "The Old Man", a sage who they believe has the answers to all the big questions in life. On the way they meet Eden Thornhill, a scout from the previous expedition fifty years earlier, but who claims to have been stranded only a few days. With supplies running low, and the shadows of Wendigo stalking them, the brothers doubt their mission, and then they doubt each other.
A spinoff novella from the author's Kickstarter-funded urban fantasy series, "The Hidden Houses", The Seekers is a modern-day fairy tale about brotherhood, courage, and obsession.
About the Author: Brendan Myers is a professor of philosophy at Cégep Heritage College, in Gatineau, Quebec. He is the author of fifteen books, in fiction and nonfiction. He loves fairy tales and space exploration, and he lives in a library, next door to a forest.
Find him on the web at http://brendanmyers.net
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