Bourbonnais, IL (PRWEB) May 29, 2005
Following in the wake of the recent passage of the Real ID Act of 2005, Greg M. SarwaÂs book, The Cattle is scheduled for release on June 1st, 2005. The author will attend BookExpo America in New York City, June 4-6th, where this book will be showcased in the New Title Display. At BookExpo America, Mr. Sarwa and his publicist may be contacted through Atlas Book booth as well as the Ampol Publishing Booth, IRC green 157.
In his book, Mr. Sarwa presents one logical progression in the evolution of a National Identification System in the United States: the implanting of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) microchips in American citizens and all visitors. In the book, this natural evolution toward a Utopian society free from fears of terrorism is perverted by an elite governmental agency with a shadowy agenda. It is a fast-paced and terrifyingly realistic extrapolation based on technologies that are in development or already exist.
Though based on a plausible future, the most shocking revelations advanced in The Cattle do not focus on technology but, instead, on the strengths and weaknesses of the human spirit. Disbelief, confusion, curiosity, fear, trust, confidence, hopeÂall, and more, surface as the characters approach the final conflict. Readers will easily identify with the emotions and motivations of the heroes. In contrast, readers will loathe the villains. All the while, they will find themselves swept up in an urgent and deadly race to expose the heinous truth.
ÂÂ This story takes George Orwell's 1984 to a frightening level... Â
Â... The Cattle is a chilling and incisive glimpse at one possible future facing America. Â
James K Bowers
ÂThis fast paced thriller will keep the readers engrossed in the story right from the word go...Â
ÂIt is a very frightening commentary on what happens when a population... gives too much control over their own fortunes to the government.Â
The price is $23.95. ISBN #0-9766202-1-9
Call/email for more information. Release date is 6/1/2005.
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