T.K. Bathauer’s New Book “The Transformation of Delta Province” Is A Profound Work Of Fiction That Explores The Idea Of A Socialist Dictatorship

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Recent release “The Transformation of Delta Province” from Page Publishing author T.K. Bathauer is both intriguing and suspenseful; this work opens the reader’s eyes to the possibilities and the somewhat scary realities of the nation’s future.

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T.K. Bathauer, a veteran, retired electronic equipment installer, prior store owner, active member of the Masonic Fraternity for over 30 years, writer, and author, has completed his newest book “The Transformation of Delta Province”: a gripping and potent work that delves into the possibilities of economics, freedoms, and governments of our nation.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, T.K. Bathauer’s thrilling book will keep the reader on the edge of their seat, waiting for the movement that changes this fictional world. “The Transformation of Delta Province” is a novel that could best be described as a cross between Ayn Rand’s novel “Atlas Shrugged” and George Orwell’s novel “1984”.

This story, although fiction, reminds readers of what could happen if the world were to fall under the tyranny of a socialist dictatorship. It also teaches that no amount of time or oppression can destroy man's desire to be free and pursue his own dreams. After 200 years of oppression the flame of freedom is rekindled.

The story takes place in the mid-23rd century. The world has been governed for over two hundred years by a socialist dictatorship. The central government is located in New York City. It is run by a ruthless president and a Senate representing one hundred provinces. In order to preserve power, the government has banned the teaching of all history prior to their takeover and destroyed all of the books and libraries containing historical information. They also outlawed the belief in God to prevent people from believing in a higher power than the Senate.

Delta Province represents what used to be Australia. Although it is the largest province it is the least populated and it doesn’t share a border with any other province. For these reasons it is mostly ignored by the Senate.

Chad Billings, The Chancellor of Delta Province, re-discovers the concept of freedom and individual responsibility when he explores a library that had been hidden since before socialism took over. He begins quietly limiting the power of the government and restoring power to a new private sector economy. This, along with restoring belief in a supreme being, creates an explosion of prosperity.

A presidential advisor, David Jefferies, discovers the economic change in Delta Province and is sent to Sidney to investigate. This leads to a peaceful revolution that changes the whole world.

The moral of the story is that no amount of time or brute force can extinguish man’s desire to be free and to pursue his own dreams. It also teaches the importance of having a strong relationship with God.

Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “The Transformation of Delta Province” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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