The main characters in this book are the members of a state department (the state is not identified) whose initials are D.O.S.E., for Department Of Social Enforcement. They are responsible for trying to see that a new law in the state is observed. The law simply orders that only people of the same gender may marry each other. The purpose is control of the population and mostly the citizens ignore such a law which shows how ridiculous same-sex marriage is, just as the officials appointed to enforce the law abolishing the sale of alcohol years ago demonstrated the idiocy of that legal nonsense. The purpose of marriage, of course, requires the opposite since the sole purpose of marriage is the perpetuation of the human race. It has been that way since God listened to Adam and created a wife for him.
There's a possibility Jack, the chief investigator, and his boss, Madeline, might be violating the law. Their fellow committee members are Michael Wordly, a big guy who looks like a football player but talks like a professor, and a girl whose hair is sometimes blue and introduces herself by saying, ""Hi, everyone. My name is Berry Butters but everyone calls me Shortcake.""
|Publisher:||Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.45(d)|