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Microchip: The Agenda is Now (Volume 1) Paperback – January 14, 2015
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Chey Barnes weaves an intelligent tale, where humanity stands on a precipice. With extensive research, Barnes brings truths to the average citizen. I will certainly look for the sequel if one is in the making!"The Readers Review
"Interesting characters and rising tension."
"Barnes information is presented very thoroughly and she ties her theories together quite nicely."
"I wish I could give this book ten stars! Chey Barnes takes facts that are unknown to most of the U.S. Citizens, some that sound crazy, but are completely true, and she weaves them into a story that keeps you turning page after page.
I think everyone should read this book, it's a wonderful story. It's beautifully written and contains a lot of information that might open your eyes."
"I think this should be a required reading just as George Orwell's 1984 used to be when I was in high school. This is a newer version of Big Brother."
"Microchip is the must read novel of this decade."
Tammy Kling New York Times Bestselling Author
About the Author
Chey Barnes expertise lies in the Telecom and Streaming Media Communications Industries where she wrote several technical white papers. She is Cisco Certified and held N.A.S.D. Series 7 & 13 Licenses.
Chey has lived in South Florida the majority of her life; she is an accomplished artist, gardener and chef. Her hobbies include boating and sports. She is the mother of two girls.
Her novel Microchip the Agenda is Now recently received the Silver Medal for best Christian fiction e-book in the Poynter's Global e-book Awards.
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The background story of Microchip is that the world's economy has collapsed and the new world government is attempting to regain order. In their attempt to do so they create a 'biochip' which is essentially a microchip placed into the palm of ever citizen by government requirement. These microchips are the new currency system, and the idea of banks and financial institutions becomes obsolete. This biochip is not optional- it's a requirement. Fear of the biochip causes many people to run, trying desperately to avoid being chipped. The government seems to have been on par with their idea, as things begin to calm- but something doesn't seem quite right, and what's wrong may be linked to the government and their ever-prized biochip.
An intense read, this book definitely wasn't one of those books that you can set down half-way through and pick up a week later. The intensity continued to grow until the climax at the very end- and once you're in the story, you're in, and you just can't stop reading. There's a bit of everything here. Intense action with well-placed scenes that build you up at just the right moment. Deeply moving emotions that grip you and make you connect on an even deeper level with each of the characters. There's romance, suspense, great character development and a storyline that will have you thinking about the book long after you've finished the last page.
I like that the book was set at a time that is supposed to be in the near future to 2015 (the year the book was published). It seemed very realistic and possible, and that made it an even more fun book to delve into. It was definitely one of the best 'economic disaster' books I've read, and I am definitely a fan.