(Roc de Chere Book 1)
A science-fiction thriller with a psychological and dark dystopian edge.
The year is 2725 and the world you know has come to an end. The utopia that emerged didn’t last.
The Freedom Wars have ended, but they didn’t bring freedom.
Society is split and the power of birth means everything. It puts you above the law. Without it you are nothing. Not even a slave, for nano-technology has advanced so far that slaves have become nearly superfluous.
Unless you attract the attention of predators. Illegal research thrives and virtual reality brothels have become a problem once again.
As the corruption spreads, becoming a breeding ground for all things rape and exploitation, the bodies of young men and women pile up to tell their own story.
Does an accident of birth really determine your fate?
Colonel Larsen and his team at the Military Intelligence Service put their real identities and lives on the line during this undercover operation while fighting a losing war to change the System. Eloise Moretti, an expert in VR technology, faces the ultimate fear—the real world with unpredictable outcomes.
Explore this twisted and shocking 28th-century Earth in this psychological thriller through the actions, thoughts and emotions of these perfectly imperfect heroes.
Trigger warning: While not detailed in gory descriptions, the story mentions rape, violence, suicide and body and mind mutilations. And while I don’t quite curse like a sailor, I do like strong language.
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