England (PRWEB) February 17, 2014
“What would you do when you can feel that your country is about to collapse?” Author C.B. Leston pens a compelling novel that would take readers into an unforgettable adventure led by one remarkable man in his new publication, “George Butler.” Readers will discover how George maneuvered his way out of the crowded city in order to find safety deep in the countryside. Through his sheer wit and determination, he hopes to pull off this great escape.
George Butler and his friends foresaw that one day their country would collapse under the unsustainable weight of its borrowings. They had a plan that when the worse came to worst, they would retreat from the overcrowded city to the safety of a remote farm deep in the countryside. They had not foreseen that their way out of the city would be blocked by mysterious forces and that they would come under siege in their own homes from marauding house-grabbers. George’s innate leadership skill is the key to their survival. He is trusted by the people, and they rely on his wit to get them out of the mess. Unbeknown to George, his name was on a list which would shape his destiny and that of his country. He is the hope for the future generation. Will he be up for it?
“George Butler” is a warning, set in imaginary terms, of the perils of complacency about national debt. The author delves into the consequences of national bankruptcy for urban societies. Most countries today face the problems that societies cannot live and prosper forever on borrowed money. This book leaves a lasting recognition to readers that financial problems under the carpet have dire results.
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George Butler * by C.B. Leston
Publication Date: October 1, 2013
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 251 pages; 978-1-4931-0813-8
Trade Hardback; £23.99; 251 pages; 978-1-4931-0814-5
e-book; £3.99; 978-1-4931-0815-2
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