A post apocalyptic story of a priest on a mission to find the tomb of St. Aquin.
It is a strange journey through the fringes of the blasted landscape of the western coast of America.
The role of religion has changed. Technology has progressed. Attitudes may not have.
Interesting friends are made and the ultimate discovery needs contemplation.
It's not surprising that there are so many dystopian entries in this volume; we are only five or six years post World War II and the Cold War is dominating public thought.
As I work my way through the pages I find myself sighing whenever I come across this kind of story.
I read them, and they are all excellent, it's just I miss the sense of wonder that I like best about science fiction.
In any case it was a good story and I felt it would have made a damn good novel. I liked Father Thomas and felt he was good company in this strange environment.