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Twenty Forty-Four: The League of Patriots Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Twenty Forty-Four: The League of Patriots was inspired by George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four and Animal Farm, as well as Frédéric Bastiat’s The Law. --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- Publication date : December 20, 2014
- File size : 8489 KB
- Print length : 360 pages
- Publisher : 12th Media Services (December 20, 2014)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00R0ZM5W4
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,168,221 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I remember in 1984 when TV pundits unamimously declared that George Orwell's nightmare described in his great novel, nineteen eighty four, had not arrived. I disagreed: to me Orwell's "1984" was set in concrete by 1969.
In Tony's 2044, will the League of Patriots succeed in restoring Liberty and the Rule of Law; or will the state of affairs remain where: "Individual responsibility died a long time ago and was replaced with individual dependency." ???
If you liked Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 and Orwell's 1984, then you'll love Twenty Forty-Four: The League of Patriots. Expect surprises!
That aside though, hats off to Tony for a great reading experience. This book captivated my interest from the turn of the first "electronic page" right until the very end. Have to admit that the ending did take me by surprise which is always a plus for me when reading a book.
Thanks Tony. Eagerly looking forward to your future literary offerings :)
David (with Tim's guidance) realizes that the society he has been living in for so many years is monitoring everything. Cameras are everywhere and newspapers are controlled as is the rest of the media. Holidays have been banned for two decades so one is able to envision the amount of control the Party holds. The light comes on in David's head and he becomes paranoid while completing the tasks that Tim gives him. There are three phases to this plan and supposedly David will only be involved in the first one. A revolution is afoot and hopefully change is in the air!
The ending of this book took me by surprise which I always appreciate. I thought the descriptions of the Red Zone and the manner in which the people lived were well done. The differences between the Blue and Red Zones were also covered in great detail throughout the book. Stephanie provided the reader with a distraction from the business at hand. My only small criticism is that the book seemed to "drag" a bit in the middle part. The ending, however, contained enough action to make up for the slow parts.