The world is on the brink of destruction. Problems of overpopulation, inequality of income, corrupt governments, pollution and climate change have become insurmountable. Countries around the world have become uninhabitable. Can anything be done?
The country of Torcia has created clones at one of its forensic center´s to explore and develop a new world order. A journalist follows the story of the country’s attempt to save the human race. She enters a dystopian world and finds a meeting place of good and evil. She witnesses atrocities of brain modification and mind control experiments as well as sexual and physical abuse of clones. Will she overcome the hurdles encountered in her attempt to gather and distribute the news about what is happening at the Center? For the journalist this has become a matter of life and death.
A book about the past and the present intended to guide the future.
Photo cover courtesy Charalee Graydon
YouTube Video by Jesus Jesus
Guest Author Bio
Charalee Graydon was born in Alberta, Canada.She is a writer and journalist. Charalee holds degrees in arts and law. Following receipt of a Rhodes scholarship in 1982, she pursued post-graduate legal studies in Oxford, England. She held academic positions in England, New Zealand, and Canada and has practised law in Canada. She developed programmes for students, judges and the public on legal issues and published academic works on crime and punishment. She created and taught a course at the University of Alberta on sentencing and has given radio and television interviews on this topic. She has published books of literary fiction, “The Judgement Game” and “Can We Save the Human Race”. She is involved in mediation and collaboration organizations in environmental and human rights issues and makes presentations in these areas.
Blog / Website: http//www.charaleeg.com