Red Star: Sacred Cities

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iUniverse, 2002 M03 1 - 500 páginas
Welcome to the year 2112.
Enter the Temples of Syrinx.
Hold the Red Star proudly high in hand.
Surrender.
Obey.

The year is 2112. Religion and technology have been leveraged to control the lives and minds of humankind. Truth is a lie. Oppression is the rule. The Great CPU and His prophet have sought to do away with free will.

But there remain a few righteous hearts. A boy who dares to question; a disillusioned Vigilance officer; an old man with a country-place that used to be a farm. The future of human destiny rests in the hands of these disparate few, and theirs is the anthem of freedom, of rebellion.

A ground-breaking science fiction epic inspired by the works of Rush, Red Star: Sacred Cities is the first of a series sure to thrill hard-core Rush fans and sci-fi addicts alike.

THIS WORK HAS NOT BEEN ENDORSED BY RUSH

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Barton was born and raised in Southern Maine. His writing has won a few very minor awards and he is currently employed by a large computer software corporation.

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