The Watchers' Revolt (Game of Nations Book 5) Kindle Edition
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Ms. Carr takes us further into the closed-door maneuvering of the Washington power brokers and the secrets they keep on and from each other. Knowledge is power.
George Clemente is more dangerous than ever - the power scales are out of balance- he is no longer content only to control the US as he helps to ratchet up fear and greed across the globe in his bid to control the great nations of the world - and he does it all by spreading distrust. He is like a spider weaving its web one strand at a time to ensnare his prey with plans he has developed.
Ms. Carr again tells a fast-paced story full of twists turns, and surprises.
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George Clemente is using the unrest to further his devious plan, a plan that could ultimately allow him to take control of everything and everyone! His first step toward taking control would be to corner the supply on the one thing that everyone must have. So, the plot thickens!
One of the earlier undertakings of The Circle was The Butterfly Project. For years they have been grooming selected young talent to be ready to take over positions of power in government and industry. Now, those young people are ready and the project is finally bearing fruit.
Ned, the son of Wallace and Norman, has teamed up with members of the Butterfly Project to serve as a huge thorn in the side of George Clemente. In fact, at this point they are the only real obstacle in his way. They have a plan to bring Clemente down. It is a complicated plan that must be executed perfectly if it is to work. It has the potential to affect nearly everyone alive.
There is an additional undercurrent that is beginning to be exposed by the new young leadership. It is represented by this quote: "Maybe, if they were lucky, a real democracy would have a chance where there was no shadow government behind the curtains." Does this statement challenge the relevance of both Management and The Circle?
Will George Clemente be able to pull off his big plan of domination? Will Ned and the new Butterfly Project leadership be able to foil Clemente's plan? Will the new young leadership work together with the "old guard" of The Circle, and perhaps part of Management also, to design a new more transparent democracy with no "shadow government behind the curtains?" Which one will it be? Perhaps none of the above?
We have another book in this series to answer our questions. So, onward to The Butterfly Project!"