2125 : Home of the Brave

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The madness must end. Four years ago, Jack Kennedy was almost slaughtered for the meat on his bones in the Ottumwa Free City. Everyone he knows has lived under constant threat since that day. While the cannibals have been exposed and routed, the danger is far from over. The surviving cannibals have a new home, massive army, nuclear weapons, and a plan to take over the world. Step 1: Eliminate the Olympians. Step 2: Slaughter the people of California, starting with Jack Kennedy. He will feel the butcher's blade more than once before this nightmare is over. In this nonstop action thriller, our hero, his family, and friends will fight back against overwhelming odds and lose. To survive now, they will need a miracle, or an even more monstrous atrocity. Ultimately, 2125 is a war story. The savagery and bloodlust of the cannibals is terrifying and incomprehensible. The fear and desperation of the Olympians and farmers is absolute. From battle to battle, the camaraderie and bravery of the soldiers, robots, and farmers are noble tributes to the flag that adorns this book cover.
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Karl Morgan has a lifelong fascination with stories in the science fiction and fantasy genres, whether it was the Tom Swift novels by Victor Appleton he read as a young boy, or television like Lost in Space and Star Trek, and especially films like Star Wars, Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings. All of those tales put the protagonist in terrible situations where the odds are against them and, yet, somehow they prevail. The reader/viewer is always left with a sense that something greater than ourselves is watching over us. The reliance on Divine Providence, the power of friendship, and the desire to learn and grow are cornerstones of the author's Dave Brewster, Heartstone and Modern Prophet Series. The Revolution series represents a change in direction, at least temporarily. There are no angels or demons, although good and evil play prominently. These books look at the possible consequences of a government gone wild. Let us hope this remains fiction. Karl lives in the San Diego area with his beloved dog Chachis. To read more about Karl and his projects, please visit his website and blog: www.karljmorgan.com
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