This is the story of the true first family. Eve and Adam are cast together in an accidental, mismatched relationship on the coast of an unnamed continent, somewhere near the equator, amid a lush, fecund jungle, overloaded with fruit, berries, nuts and edible plants to sustain them. Like all families everywhere, this is the story of a special family that suffers through falling in love, transitions, deep wounds, both physical and mental, wonderful, joyous times and ultimately, tragedies; in short, the whole catastrophe of life. Eve, the brilliant woman and Adam, the hard worker and hunter, each seek their own divergent destinies and ultimately find them on their third and last farm near a small village along a river near the cradle of civilization which they help create. The story is told from a naturalist's point of view as well as from a woman's point of view. These two elements combine to give us an illuminating, expanded story of the original couple's life.
Born on a farm in rural Maine, Mr. Morin spent his formative years as a farmer. After high school, he served in the United States Air Force during the Korean Conflict. When his obligatory four years of service was completed, he worked at many odd jobs until he graduated from UCLA Film School. He made educational, documentary, industrial and entertainment films. He then moved into electrical contracting, working on major electrical projects in the greater Los Angeles area. Although he is fully employed as a data manager at an IBM business partner, he still has time to write. He is settled on a two-acre ranch in the Malibu Hills to pursue his continuing interests in writing, cooking, reading, films and listening to classical music.