In 2084, one political party runs Washington, D.C., and only one religion is legal. Can 21-year-old Waring Foster break free of a repressive, ultra-rightwing regime and find her way out of the cult of President Rex Evangeline?
Dallas Voice critic Arnold Wayne Jones says, "The messages in this book are not subtle; subtlety is for people who have time to spare. Liner is saying, `We don't.'"
This fast-moving dark literary parable of repression and rebellion leads to a twist inspired by Orwell, Bradbury, Serling and Chayefsky. I call my book "dyst-hope-ian" -- meant to terrify you about what could happen if we don't resist ... with the hope that it never, ever does.