Escape To Cadrius: Life and Philosophy in a Distant Future

Escape To Cadrius: Life and Philosophy in a Distant Future

by Larry Haley
Escape To Cadrius: Life and Philosophy in a Distant Future

Escape To Cadrius: Life and Philosophy in a Distant Future

by Larry Haley



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        In the year 2092, Destiny's father is arrested for treason, turning her world upside down. Destiny and her servant, Savannah, are forced to flee their home, embarking on a journey across a desolate, dystopian landscape. Uncertain of what awaits them on the other side due to the false propaganda they've been fed, they encounter Vincent and Magnus, who are fleeing economic devastation and starvation. At the border, will they be welcomed or compelled to return to a life of hardship and struggle?
        These characters face unexpected challenges, pushing them to learn new ways of thinking about the world and their roles within it. As they navigate the contrasting societies of Zondus and Cadrius, the story underscores the importance of courage to challenge societal norms and the imperative of building a better world for all.
        Transport your imagination to the year 2092. The world has been reshaped by artificial intelligence and robots. While some nations have descended into economic and social ruin, characterized by widespread unemployment and societal upheaval, a few have discovered paths to prosperity. This novella offers a thought-provoking exploration of social and ethical systems and their profound influence on our long-term future. Can courage, equality, and justice truly make a difference in a dystopian society?
        Readers will undoubtedly find themselves captivated by the story's exploration of ethical values, social inequalities, and the potential for positive change. The narrative delves into themes that resonate with readers of all ages, igniting introspection and discussions about justice, equality, and the significance of critical thinking.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940179646709
Publisher: Larry Haley
Publication date: 11/08/2023
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Larry Haley is a retired information technology professional whose passion lies in exploring the intersecting realms of technology, ethics, and philosophy, and their profound impact on society's challenges. Larry found himself drawn to problems in the news that ignited his creativity and from that he began his writing.

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