The Eurasian

The Eurasian

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by Robby Charters
     
 

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The world of the late 21st century is divided between Greater China, the Western Block, the Islamic Block and the Southern Free States of Africa and South America. The Western Block is dominated by the multinational corporations, who have created a paradise for its citizens -- so everyone thinks.

Mickey O'Brien is the Eurasian, half Asian and half Irish. He

Overview

The world of the late 21st century is divided between Greater China, the Western Block, the Islamic Block and the Southern Free States of Africa and South America. The Western Block is dominated by the multinational corporations, who have created a paradise for its citizens -- so everyone thinks.

Mickey O'Brien is the Eurasian, half Asian and half Irish. He has a problem with that, because all his friends are fully Asian. However, no one has actually met each other -- only their virtual projected images they show on their on-line classroom environment. He and his classmates meet each other for the first time as they go on a class trip to America. It turns out they all had things to hide.

In America, they accidentally discover what the Multinationals have been trying to hide. Their hover van is hijacked, and they are left trapped in the great American outback, a vast area of what was once U.S.A., now divided between countless republics. Some are Nazi, some are militant Christian and other redneck cowboy states, some Native American Nations, Mafia kingdoms, etc etc. The wild west is again wild. Once having stumbled in, can they ever find their way out again?

It's a story of finding out what's real, and discovering true faith as they become involved in an espionage war trying to prevent a Nazis takeover.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044776760
Publisher:
Robby's eBook Formtting
Publication date:
08/09/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

I live with my wife and my son, sometimes in Thailand where I was born and my wife is from, sometimes in Ireland where my dad is from. In Thailand, I taught English as a second language. Here in Ireland, I work from home, turning people's manuscripts into e-books. Wherever I am, I write.

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The Eurasian 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting concept with good characters. Very heavy on religion .. lots of bible and other religious books discussed. A little obsessed with Jewish kosher which I found odd based on the setting. Ending a little over the top with the "happily ever after". Some things left unanswered like the aunt giving Micky the envelop. Very suitable forva young teen.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book a lot. It was creative (although this would be a terrible world!) and well-written. There were not hideous spelling and grammatical errors as in many other free books. I would read more by this author. This book is never being deleted.