2084.0

2084.0

by Chris Durer
     
 
In the year 2084, during the aftermath of WWIII, Japan and America arise as the globe's sole superpowers. Ultimately they form one country-Amernipp-and possess power unparallelled in history. With limitless might, the rulers of Western Amernipp, formerly the United States, abolish the Constitution of 1787 and form a theocracy under the control of Supreme Court Chief

Overview

In the year 2084, during the aftermath of WWIII, Japan and America arise as the globe's sole superpowers. Ultimately they form one country-Amernipp-and possess power unparallelled in history. With limitless might, the rulers of Western Amernipp, formerly the United States, abolish the Constitution of 1787 and form a theocracy under the control of Supreme Court Chief Justice Everett Huston.As Huston's reign progresses, freedom quickly fades away, replaced by strict policing of virtually every aspect of life, especially morality and sexuality. But in Wyoming, a hero emerges, determined to stop the corrupt government through an old-fashioned grassroots movement.As Chief Justice Huston begins a frightening mental descent, underground rumblings blossom into full-scale rebellion. But can the new insurgency stop a madman before he unleases the world's most powerful weapon on his own people?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781571974716
Publisher:
Ivy House Publishing Group
Publication date:
03/31/2007
Pages:
384
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.00(d)

Meet the Author

Christopher Durer is professor emeritus of English at the University of Wyoming. He attended Queen's University in Belfast, U.K. and earned his doctorate at the University of California, Berkeley. Durer took up fiction writing after his retirement. The Vansellars: Story of a New York Family is Durer's third novel.

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