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"A novel that twists and turns and is extremely poignant in the present political climate." Young, naive and idealistic, all Nathan wants is to change the world for the better. With Brexit out of the way, he becomes involved in the affairs of a new Political Party, the Party for National Unity. Nathan's progress is rapid. After the party seizes control of the country, his own ruthless actions bring him to a position of prominence, where he is feared and loathed in equal parts . Then, over a matter of days, his life falls apart.Arrested, brutally interrogated, his loyalty questioned, he is released into a world where his family has gone and he is an outcast. Now, he knows the true nature of the monstrous regime he helped create. Uprooted from his hometown, Nathan is resettled in Leeds. Alone and under surveillance, he has time to reflect on his past deeds and the increasing brutality of the ruling party. First, he must regain the trust of his masters. Only then, with members of the underground-movement, can he hope to right some of his previous wrongs and redeem himself. To his horror, he discovers the government is developing a new method of public-order control. Soon, he discovers all he needs to know about love, lies and treachery. Dictatorship, abduction and insurrection are a heady combination for anyone to handle.
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About the Author
Brian R Hill, a Yorkshireman, was born in 1951 and educated at Aireborough Grammar School. He has a grown up family and three grandchildren. Brian lives close to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park. A keen amateur photographer, musician and composer, Brian derives much of his inspiration from the beautiful countryside of the region.