U.S. Marine Launches His New Science Fiction Novel, 'Banished To Eden'

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In his new book, 'Banished to Eden,' author U.S. Marine Sr. presents a science fiction story that takes readers to a futuristic world where society has become a government designed utopia. U.S. Marine tells a story of one woman's struggle to find her humanity.

In U.S. Marine's newly released book, 'Banished to Eden', the world is the product of a tumultuous past between the United States of Americas and the Europa Union which caused people to move underground and live in sub cities. In the year 2245, the threat of nuclear war became realized and the result was overpopulation, disease, and famine that threatened to wipe out the entire human population. The Government took drastic action and put a chemical in the water that inhibited the human sex drive in order to stop reproduction. The Government then added another chemical in the water that reduced the biological differences between men and women. Laws were created where woman became the dominant gender and all references to sexuality, family, and relationships were outlawed.

Shannon is a chemist working in the water department. She is told by the Chief of the Water Department that she is being considered as her replacement. In order to replace the Chief, Shannon must volunteer to be a maternal candidate (become pregnant) in order to earn enough social credits to be considered for the position. Extra social credits allowed females to accumulate social points faster than males and this helped them obtain promotions over males. Shannon learns of humanity's past and decides to stop drinking the water. As her physical features return, she becomes more in sync with her womanhood and her maternal side. An accidental miscarriage causes Shannon to take extreme and illegal measures to become pregnant again. Her plan involves the illegal seduction of the chosen father. When they are caught, they are put on trial for their crimes. The result is banishment to a new experimental world on the surface.

Book Reviews

Tracy Roberts: Write Field Services
"With its dystopian warning of the future, 'Banished to Eden' is an intriguing and compelling novel that touches on many of the themes associated with Aldous Huxley's 'Brave New World.' 'Banished to Eden' is a novel that is worthy of much discussion. I could see this book being adapted as a movie script. It is highly recommended as an entertaining and compelling work of science fiction."

Autumn Conley, Author, Editor, and Book Reviewer
"For anyone who wonders what the future could be like after war and overpopulation and disease and genetic interference have wreaked havoc on humanity and on our planet, this book is an intriguing tale. For anyone who cheers for the underdog against a seemingly all-powerful, sometimes cold authority, this book is a story of courage and heroism. For anyone who cheers for love and passion to prevail, even in the face of great opposition and forbiddance, this book is an inspiring love story. 'Banished to Eden' is a story for everyone--a debut novel by a new author with a visionary imagination seasoned with a deep understanding of the timeless human condition."

Book Ordering

'Banished to Eden' is published by CreateSpace Publishing, ISBN: 144048208X, and can be purchased online at http://www.banishedtoeden.com, Amazon.com, and many other online book sites.

About the Author

U.S. Marine Sr. earned his BA degree in English from the University of South Florida in Tampa, and then served five years as an educator and guidance counselor. After these admirable pursuits, Marine spent thirty eight industrious years in the fast paced, dynamic field of mortgage banking and brokering until the decline in the industry led him to semi-retirement and toward many other interesting undertakings.

If you are interested in reviewing 'Banished to Eden', or arranging for a talk and book signing, or interview, please contact U.S. Marine at stan @ banishedtoeden.com or by phone at 813-928-6837


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