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Friday, May 18, 2018
"I was holding my breath almost the entire time..." author and reviewer, Anita Klumpers
With the passing of Bill SD-21, anyone who can’t take care of themselves is considered a hot commodity to be auctioned off.
Wow. Just wow.
May 17, 2018
Published on Amazon.com
It's a good thing this book wasn't longer, because I was holding my breath almost the entire time I read!
While it would be lovely to think that a world where life is so negligible and cheap can't possibly exist,
I'm afraid we're getting close. Ms. Hopper is an excellent writer and doesn't use overly-dramatic or hysterical verbiage
to tell her story. Instead, the tension mounts with a chilling ruthlessness.
Not sure my nerves will be able to handle Episode 2 of this dystopian nightmare world but—I believe Ms. Hopper
already has sown seeds of hope and faith that even the most evil plans of governments and individuals are bound to
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Jacqueline D. Hopper
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