BOURBONNAIS, IL (PRWEB) July 31, 2005
"The Cattle" by Greg M. Sarwa has climbed to the pinnacle of another category of AmazonÂs book ratings, this time reaching #1 in the Controversial Knowledge category. SarwaÂs book was also recently rated Number 1 in AmazonÂs Political Fiction list. "The Cattle" has surpassed expectations since its release on June 1, 2005.
"The Cattle" examines the use of modern technology in a world besieged by identification and security issues. After the creation of a United States National Identification System, detailed personal data is gathered and stored for all U.S. citizens. An enigmatic government agency stores and controls this information in a highly secured and registered database. Following extensive and unblemished testing of this National Identification System, the government forces the distribution of biometric microprocessor implants in citizens for verification purposes. Every person in the United States of America is directed to be implanted with a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) microchip to verify identity and safeguard personal information. The night before the National Identification System officially becomes reality, during the last control tests of the system, something goes wrong. The real purpose of the implants is discovered and a secret agenda is exposed. And this is only the beginning.
Reviews of this book include:
ÂÂ This story takes George Orwell's 1984 to a frightening level..."
Â... The Cattle is a chilling and incisive glimpse at one possible future facing America."
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
This powerful novel is available via Ampol Publishing, http://www.gregsarwa.com, Atlasbooks and Baker and Taylor. Call/email for more information.