What is in Store for the People in the New Millennium?

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Author Dennis Pimm skilfully weaves together politics, sci-fi and the struggle for freedom in a gripping new tale that will rivet readers.

In this new millennium, people are living and loving in extraordinary time. But for some, these are dangerous and exciting times. The fight for freedom is a common theme in books, but in David Pimm’s intriguing novel, The New Millennium, he adds a sci-fi twist that will engross readers from the first page until the very last.

In Oceania, Gabriela, or Gaby to her friends, rendezvous with Alex, her partner in pleasure and secret business meetings. She is originally from Colombia, South Africa. Due to her upbringing by her once political family, she knows a lot about the power games played by the ‘Establishment’ and how to encounter that relentless force. These people, who used their power over others by whatever means possible, did not particularly like people such as her who they could not fully control.

Gaby and Alex belong to a clandestine organization called People-force, worldwide contacts, much like the tentacles of an octopus; thus, they were privy to information not available to most other members of society.

As they needed to discuss how to deal with the authorities, without being caught out in what was viewed as a treasonable act, their romantic trysts doubled as secret business meetings. They had to tread carefully as the State named as treasonable any act against their wishes.

Will the citizens of Oceania ever realize their dream of a free and democratic government or will the Establishment win again? Readers can find out as they follow the suspenseful and twisting path to freedom in The New Millennium.

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Publication Date: September 3, 2010

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