Is The Future Of Humanity Spelled Out In A Book

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Author, Callen Damornen, writes in her book, "Kingdom of Kerstan" about a world turned upside down when one government tries to seize control by overthrowing its own Constitution to set up a totalitarian regime. Is the US heading in that direction?

There have been many critics of the Bush Administration for taking undue liberties with the office. Many have accused this Administration of everything from trying to become an all out theocracy to overthrowing the Constitution by stepping on the rights of the American citizens.

Author Callen Damornen wrote a book entitled, "Kingdom of Kerstan," which describes a truly horrifying view on what would happen if a government could seize control and usurp its political foundation. Although fictitious in nature, one would have to ponder the possibilities of any government, anywhere in the world, who would dare to take control while the citizens sat back and let it happen.

The author states, "This is not really a far-fetched idea. Many dictators have risen into power based on what was popular and propelled further by a populace unwilling to stand up for what is right until that regime has totally destroyed all of what that country meant. The book is not a direct slam against President Bush, but against those who take things at face value and not realize its worth."

In the book, the hero Audric Tilley was a former member of a secret organization that has ties with all the world's biggest political, business, scientific, and religious groups. Members of the TJPG organization are plotting to take over the world by exploiting the weakness of the population who do not really think about what they claim to believe, but will blindly show faith that can easily be manipulated. The plot unfolds and a secret underground is formed to fight against the TJPG. Will they ever succeed or are they just as bad as what they were fighting?

Free book samples are available online at Callen Damornen's Official site and the book is available by request at all major bookstores or through Lulu (, the world's fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.


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