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I received this book free from Preston Fleming in exchange for an honest review.
The premise of the book was intriguing: a work/prison camp in the future, in a dystopian society. The story unfolds with the simultaneous stories of a male prisoner and a female child, father and daughter. They both deal with their own problems, and hope to be reunited with each other eventually.
The main portion of the book is taken up with the revolution going on in the camp. The political prisoners have had enough
This author and his book are what is wonderful about indie authors. I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book. I was also enlightened in my realization that the Orwellian theme of the book could happen in our country.
There are a number of good reviews that will lay out the characters and storyline so there is no reason for me to rehash those great reviews. However, I do want to chime in with a few comments about the work of Preston Fleming. This is the first of his books to pass by my eyes. I was en
it was amazing
I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
An incredibly emotional read about near-future America in which Unionists have taken over and destroyed the freedom that had been the American way of life for over 200 years. People, many of which are war heroes or former government employees, are now taken prisoner for the slightest perceived infractions, charged with sedition and other drummed up charges, and send to a prison camp system based in the Western United States, pr