Monday, 16 April 2012
The Dissidents: A novella, H.M. Forester
But all that changes when he meets Holly Potter, a dissident informant, and he is assigned to work undercover with her, in order to penetrate to the very heart of the dissident movement. What they experience and learn comes at a terrible personal price.
The Dissidents is a dystopian, soft sci-fi novella of approximately 46,000 words, written by H.M. Forester. There are no bug-eyed monsters, and the story more about people than technology, so you don't need a degree in quantum physics to read it.
If you like George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four or the NSA's Prism surveillance story grabs you, you might like The Dissidents. Ever fearful of being discovered or "outed" for dissident tendencies, these people work secretly to preserve simple human pleasures and traditions in a dystopian world.
☆☆☆☆☆ "Excellent work describing a truly frightening dystopia."
Amazon.com, 23 January 2013
"The Dissidents by H.M. Forester is an excellent work describing a truly frightening dystopia. The details that fill the harrowing story are of immense value to every person who is a free thinker. Indeed, knowing some of these details could save your life if ever you find yourself in a similar situation. Now that is something to think about."
The book is now available for the Kindle at Amazon US, UK and European web sites. ASIN: B007UJZV2Q. If you don't have a Kindle, simply google "free kindle reading apps".
The Dissidents is now here at Goodreads. If you've read the book, please add it to your bookshelf and rate it.
If you want to try before you buy, you can read chapter 1 of The Dissidents here. Alternatively, you can download a preview in mobi/kindle format here. The preview contains the first 10% of the book.
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