WHENUA Part II deals with those age-old themes related to money. People who love it and will do anything to have more of it. People who need it and only know honest, hard ways of earning it. And poor people who become rich people and know exactly how to use it.
Dan Kavanagh and his family are living in Auckland and, as part of a self-imposed punishment for the all the harm he caused as a stockbroker during the 2008 Global Financial Crisis, Dan is waging war against the old Syrian deity, Mammon. In open defiance of his father’s newfound principles, Ethan is working as a currency trader until he is not and is forced to earn his living the hard way.
In the background, orchestrating the Kavanagh’s downfall, is a vengeful old man called Kingsly Ryan Coates.
Drawn together by their connection to the same land, the Kavanaghs and the Pihemas go on to forge an even stronger bond as they encounter some strange twists of Fate.
A compelling, provocative read from the same author who gave us Whenua.