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Earth 2138
by Calvin N. Dreger




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Angelo was a bandit by trade, not by choice. He made a marginal living mugging innocent victims in hopes of proving himself worthy enough to eventually join a professional street gang. He assumed that was how one got ahead in this rough and tumble megalopolis of Chicago. To others the alternative was simply to be born wealthy or become a member of the professional caste through hard work and enjoy the privileges that came with it. Unfortunately in the New World Order of the 22nd Century, Angelo was simply a member of the lowest caste society. He was good at mugging people, although his good luck was about to run out today. For his whole world was about to change as he would mug the wrong person--a noted member of the super social elite: the favorite nephew of the World Prime Minister In the year 2138 life is pleasant to some but brutally harsh for others who are not part of the social elite fabric of the Billionaire Caste System. The Billionaires ruled almost every aspect of life in a world of unbelievable riches and extravagances. They cared little about the lesser castes. Life was blissful to "haves" but not to the "have nots". These lower classes--the working poor and the young professionals provided all the sacrifices at great costs for the wealthy to enjoy. However, the tables were about to be turned when one billionaire picked up the banner for social justice. Grant Field saw the evil this New World Order had brought. He turned his back on the world he grew up in and began to fight the injustice, criminal behavior, and treachery surrounding the Martian Project of this New World Order--even if it meant risking his own life and the lives of those who had become his closest friends.

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Angelo was a bandit by trade, not by choice. He made a marginal living mugging innocent victims in hopes of proving himself worthy enough to eventually join a professional street gang. He assumed that was how one got ahead in this rough and tumble megalopolis of Chicago. To others the alternative was simply to be born wealthy or become a member of the professional caste through hard work and enjoy the privileges that came with it. Unfortunately in the New World Order of the 22nd Century, Angelo was simply a member of the lowest caste society. He was good at mugging people, although his good luck was about to run out today. For his whole world was about to change as he would mug the wrong person--a noted member of the super social elite: the favorite nephew of the World Prime Minister In the year 2138 life is pleasant to some but brutally harsh for others who are not part of the social elite fabric of the Billionaire Caste System. The Billionaires ruled almost every aspect of life in a world of unbelievable riches and extravagances. They cared little about the lesser castes. Life was blissful to "haves" but not to the "have nots". These lower classes--the working poor and the young professionals provided all the sacrifices at great costs for the wealthy to enjoy. However, the tables were about to be turned when one billionaire picked up the banner for social justice. Grant Field saw the evil this New World Order had brought. He turned his back on the world he grew up in and began to fight the injustice, criminal behavior, and treachery surrounding the Martian Project of this New World Order--even if it meant risking his own life and the lives of those who had become his closest friends.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781508591498
  • ISBN-10: 1508591490
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: February 2015
  • Page Count: 180
  • Dimensions: 11.02 x 8.5 x 0.38 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.95 pounds


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