Twenty Forty-Four: The League of Patriots by Tony Darnell

Twenty Forty-Four: The League of Patriots

byTony Darnell

Kobo ebook | December 20, 2014

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Twenty Forty-Four: The League of Patriots is a disturbing view into the future, of a society where a single political group has almost complete control over every aspect of the daily lives of the citizens. This political group is known as the Party, and the citizens they control welcome the promise of security over freedom. The people are completely unaware of the liberties they have relinquished under the guise of equality for all. A covert group, known as The League of Patriots, seeks to overthrow the government and return the country to a place where the citizens enjoyed and revered the freedoms and liberties of the past. The mission isn't an easy one, as the Party will certainly imprison or kill any of the participants if they are discovered. David Gagnon faces a dilemma. After deciding to join the League of Patriots, he is offered a promotion at work which includes a higher salary and a beautiful assistant. Struggling to achieve his mission objectives, he is torn between fulfilling his duties and cultivating a relationship with Stephanie. Will he be able to complete his part of the mission before being captured or killed by the Party, and will the League of Patriots be able to restore freedom and liberty to his country? The series explains how society could evolve to a state where every action is monitored and recorded, where there are no written laws, and even negative thoughts against the Party are a crime. Twenty Forty-Four looks into the future and explains how society could succumb to total government control over every aspect of life, unless The League of Patriots succeeds in their mission.
Title:Twenty Forty-Four: The League of PatriotsFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 20, 2014Publisher:12th Media ServicesLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1680920030

ISBN - 13:9781680920031

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