"The Guardener's Tale" is a dystopian novel of the future in which everything is controlled and perfect, from work to sex. Unemployment does not exist. Stimulants and holograms enhance the sexual experience. One man, Thorne, searches for something more. He learns that there is a subculture which is able, to some extent, to avoid the trappings of the perfect society...for a while. Interested in the past, Thorne learns the deadly psychological secret of the perfect society. But the past, as they say, is prologue, as is Thorne's future.
|Publisher:||Alban Lake Publishing|
|File size:||279 KB|
About the Author
Bruce Boston is the author of forty-five books and chapbooks, including the novel Stained Glass Rain and the best-of fiction collection Masque of Dreams. His work has appeared in hundreds of publications and received a number of awards, most notably, a Pushcart Prize, the Bram Stoker Award, the Asimov’s Readers’ Award, the Rhysling Award and the Grand Master Award of the Science Fiction Poetry Association. He lives in Ocala, Florida with his wife, writer-artist Marge Simon. Visit his website at http://bruceboston.com/.
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