The List

The List

by Larry J. Tate
     
 

Along with the rest of humanity, best friends, Mark Stimes and Bailey Jensen live below the surface of the earth. The Green Movement has thoroughly brainwashed the world into believing that the only salvation for Mother Earth was for humanity to be permanently banished below her surface.

Several generations earlier, the Constitution was outlawed, and a strong

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Along with the rest of humanity, best friends, Mark Stimes and Bailey Jensen live below the surface of the earth. The Green Movement has thoroughly brainwashed the world into believing that the only salvation for Mother Earth was for humanity to be permanently banished below her surface.

Several generations earlier, the Constitution was outlawed, and a strong government is now a cruel and insensitive overlord. Free speech, individualism and private enterprise have ceased to exist, and retirement is no longer an option. There are no courts, judges, juries or prisons. The government's computer is the sole judge of right and wrong, and the penalty for crime, whether great or small, is death!

Excursions to the topside are forbidden, so no one has any idea what it looks like. Escape from the underworld is considered impossible, and any such attempt is punished by torture and death in the public square. Armed with nothing more than handed-down stories of the beauty and freedom associated with the topside, Mark hatches a dangerous scheme to escape from the underworld. Despite the odds against success, Mark and Bailey have decided that life in the underworld is worse than death, so escape is their only option.

Author Larry Tate has been writing books for several years. The List is his sixth book. Previous books are: Conversations with a Stranger, The Journey, Righting Wrongs, Shadow Truth, and Promises and Pathways. Larry and his wife, Ginger, have been married for over forty-two years and enjoy time spent with their children and grandchildren.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781937829711
Publisher:
Total Publishing And Media
Publication date:
04/15/2013
Pages:
344
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.72(d)

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