Raw, edgy, real...and pure Dystopian

Can a common man, a simple Glitch, save his friend from the tyrannical State government? Trent's not sure he can; but with the help of his friends, he know he stands a chance. Set 50 years in the future, America is not what it once was. No longer are its people free.
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About the Book

Glitch – A glorified snitch
Peeb – Common citizens living under the oppressive government
Selmo Nithiw – The mysterious, unseen, almost mythical leader of the Peebs

This is pure dystopian! Edgy, raw, real.

Think of it as a combination of Orwell’s Big Brother and The Usual Suspects.

It’s 50 years in the future. It’s still America, just not an America that anyone will recognize.

The government’s evil reach chokes its citizens. So much that they, the people of the United States, have started a secret revolution. Their target? The tyrannical establishment that means to keep the people oppressed.

A small band of anti-government citizens fights in Minneapolis. Their unseen leader, Selmo Nithiw, has a part for each of them to play in the battle.

Their weapon of choice is not a gun, but computers and people. Hopefully, with scores of planted people, they can bring their government to its knees and regain the power.

Led by a misfit known as Trent, one group works feverishly to save the government’s latest nabbed Glitched citizen – Trent’s friend Lucy. Time is against them; they’ll have 12 hours to try and save her. If that’s what is truly best for all parties.

Will Lucy live? Will Trent and his gang be discovered? Will Selmo Nithiw show himself? Will America survive?

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