Native Invisibility

Native Invisibility

by Darrin "1831" Collins


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What happens when friends, united in a cause, succeed in bringing the country to a standstill and sending most of its population into exile?

What begins as an innocent footrace between friends ultimately leads to the death of two Chicago police officers and pushes a country into unimaginable chaos. Jamal, known as the Prophet, must free his imprisoned brother and rescue the Melanoid Nation from indefinite captivity before he runs out of time. While finding his Way and his Voice, Jamal amplifies the muted cries of the voiceless and unveils the issues rampant within the very community he hopes to save. Brimming with purpose and a plan, Jamal’s journey reveals the undercurrent of two competing worlds in this masterfully woven urban saga.

A tale of family, loyalty, and friendship, Native Invisibility is an esoteric portrayal of one man’s prophetic mission to free a nation and redeem a people.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781948145428
Publisher: Darrin a Collins
Publication date: 06/12/2019
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.65(d)

About the Author

Darrin "1831" Collins is an author, educator, scholar, and international martial arts competitor. Born and raised in Chicago, Darrin is a global traveler and pulls inspiration for his characters from his many international adventures. As a Chicago high school science teacher, he is committed to integrating themes (identity, social justice, judicial policy) into his writing that directly relate to and inspire the youth with which he works. His aim is to intensify and increase the provocativeness of the conversation and evaluation of these subjects by incorporating elements of science fiction.

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