His life had been simple in the jungle
that surrounded Bendar City. He gathered food from within
the jungle, had built a nest for sleep and women from the
city sought him out regularly for sexual release. He had no
name so people referred to him as the wild thing or birdman.
In the compound at the Kalamadur Oasis
there is no one who crosses the master, Lord Adolpho
Serratin, as his word is law. Lord Serratin is valued for
his skills as Planet Mediator and also known to collect
rare, exotic one of a kind objects.
Betrayed, captured and sold to Lord
Serratin, the wild thing is slowly seduced and given the
name Orion Birdwalker by his master. Now only time will
tell if captivity is Orionís salvation or his prison.
A unique plot and fresh characterizations place
Captivity above the crowd. An inventive storyline
takes readers on a journey of discovery as a special man
matures, ultimately taking charge of his life and making
decisions that will last a lifetime. Captivity
has poignant moments of self discovery, self loathing and
makes this tale altogether fascinating.