The Transformation: GTE 45

^ Read ^ The Transformation: GTE 45 by Faren Siminoff õ eBook or Kindle ePUB. The Transformation: GTE 45 The reader follows Layla as she navigates these relationships while becoming ensnared in the mystery of an illegally uploaded and unofficial history of the events leading up to the Great Transformation.. The Transformation: GTE 45, is alternately a love triangle, a mystery, and dystopian fantasy of an America that might now be unfolding. Forty-five years after these events, the U.S.A., now re-branded as the Corporate States of America (CSA), has settled into its new reality. The FAP ushers in

The Transformation: GTE 45

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Rating : 4.36 (662 Votes)
Asin : 0692766103
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 250 Pages
Publish Date : 2016-10-10
Language : English

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"Could This Be Tomorrow ?" according to Lblue. This book provides what appears to be an eerily accurate look at our society and its future through the eyes of three attractively diverse main characters. The book is set about 50 years into the future and through the use of competing histories , one "approved" by the government and the other which is "unofficial" and illegally uploaded, the story of each characters struggle to adjust to the tightening noose of societal stratific. drmichals said It's a fascinating story and a real nail-biter for those who like political thrillers and suspense-filled novels. Anyone intrigued or disturbed by the "It's a fascinating story and a real nail-biter for those who like political thrillers and suspense-filled novels" according to drmichals. Anyone intrigued or disturbed by the 2016 presidential election or party politics in America absolutely MUST read this book. It is eerie in how prescient it is, and though a work of fiction, it seems to predict not only the current political situation but its potential future as well. It's a fascinating story and a real nail-biter for those who like political thrillers and suspense-filled novels. Beautifully written and fast-paced. 016 presidential election or party politics in America absolutely MUST read this book. It is eerie in how prescient it is, and though a work of fiction, it seems to predict not only the current political situation but its potential future as well. It's a fascinating story and a real nail-biter for those who like political thrillers and suspense-filled novels. Beautifully written and fast-paced. A 2016 must read! A very interesting read given the current 2016 elections for President in the United States. The book is set in a near future where the US has become the Corporate States of America after the Republican party splits and the first Woman president is elected which ultimately results in turmoil and big-brother like control. The book provides a very interesting perspective on what the country could look like if we aren't careful! Very

The reader follows Layla as she navigates these relationships while becoming ensnared in the mystery of an illegally uploaded and unofficial history of the events leading up to the Great Transformation.. The Transformation: GTE 45, is alternately a love triangle, a mystery, and dystopian fantasy of an America that might now be unfolding. Forty-five years after these events, the U.S.A., now re-branded as the Corporate States of America ("CSA"), has settled into its new reality. The FAP ushers in the "Great Transformation" of America. The story of this transformed America is told through the eyes of its three main characters: Paul Gaugin, classified as a Wage Earner ("WE"), Layla Saenz, raised in the projects, but now a high-ranking history professor and author, and the powerful head of the Church of the Revealed Saints, Isaac Freeman. The story is set in a fictionalized America forty-five years in the future (GTE 45) after the collapse of the Republican Party and the rise of anew far-right national political party, the Founders Action Party ("FAP"). Layla becomes entangled in a love triangle with Paul and Isaac

She explores this theme in her first novel The Transformation: GTE 45, which was inspired by the political, economic and social challenges currently facing American society  She is a full professor of American History at Nassau Community College and a graduate of New York University (Ph.D., American History) and Syracuse University College of Law (JD). Her previous publications include the well received, Crossing the Sound: The Rise of Atlantic American Communities in Seventeenth-Century Eastern Long Island (NYU Press, 2004) and (co-author) Tackling College Admissions (Rowman & Littlefield, 2008). About the Author Historian Faren Siminoff, J.D., Ph.D. is a published author who has long been intrigued by the question of where we are going as a nation in this political and economic climate.

is a published author who has long been intrigued by the question of where we are going as a nation in this political and economic climate. Her previous publications include the well received, Crossing the Sound: The Rise of Atlantic American Communities in Seventeenth-Century Eastern Long Island (NYU Press, 2004) and (co-author) Tackling Coll

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