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Eutopia 2055
     

Eutopia 2055

by Angel Millar, Carla Millar (Illustrator)
 

Europe, 2055. The former revolutionaries that promised justice and equality have, over the years,

turned into a corrupt, self-serving gang. Distracting their citizens with prostitutes and mindless

entertainment, it is they who rule the city-state of Eutopia at the heart of the old continent. Yet,

a threat is rising. Outside its walls is the enemy clan of

Overview

Europe, 2055. The former revolutionaries that promised justice and equality have, over the years,

turned into a corrupt, self-serving gang. Distracting their citizens with prostitutes and mindless

entertainment, it is they who rule the city-state of Eutopia at the heart of the old continent. Yet,

a threat is rising. Outside its walls is the enemy clan of the Cynn, led by the strange Tibetan

warrior monk, Master Dathul, who has long dreamed of freeing his people from the oppression

of Eutopia.

Preparing for war, Dathul sends an advance party to shut down the city-state's first defense: the

psychic, bureaucratic elite called the Telepathnocrats. Yet, coming face-to-face with Alexis -- the

Cynn’s most powerful and psychic warrior -- an old dreamer, head of the Telepathnocrats, is stirred

to revive the old revolution, and to do it right this time. If he can use Alexis and her powers, he

believes, he will be able create a new, more advanced people that is beyond humanity and its failings.

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
"Equal parts dystopian science fiction and political thriller, Eutopia 2055 is a refreshing - and terrifying - look at a future that could very easily become our own..." - Dirk Manning (Tales of Mr. Rhee, Write or Wrong, Nightmare World)

"Enter the world of psychics and mind warriors, where the borders between good and bad guys are thin and porous.Eutopia 2055 is an exciting action-packed story of a utopia in the making with an unexpected ending. Highly enjoyable"--- Andrei Znamenski, author of Red Shambhala and The Beauty of the Primitive

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780692513996
Publisher:
Torazzi Press
Publication date:
09/04/2015
Pages:
56
Product dimensions:
6.63(w) x 10.25(h) x 0.15(d)

Meet the Author

Specializing in illustration, photorealistic and sequential art, and character/object design, Carla has been regularly commissioned for magazine editorial and cover illustrations, books, game card art and multi-media projects.

Among her clients are magazines and newspapers - such as New Dawn, The Spectator (UK), and Crossroad Publishing Company (graphic novel The Grand Inquisitor), and game card creators Warlord (Phoenix-Interactive) and Herobits Corp.

Angel Millar is an author of books on symbolism, alternative spirituality, occultism, and Freemasonry.

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