Australia (PRWEB) February 13, 2014
In the world today computers are pretty much a constant part of life. Indeed computers are so ingrained in human society that a majority of people can no longer function properly without computers and other electronic gadgets. But has one ever wondered what would happen if computers are used to track and even control one’s actions? Even worse what if they are used to control an entire nation? In “The New Millennium” author Dennis Pimm has written a truly engrossing sci-fi story that follows this very concept.
“The New Millennium” is set in the futuristic country of Oceania wherein the people are ruled by an oppressive computerized government known as the establishment. It follows the struggles of a freedom fighting group known as people force led by a young woman named Gabrielle. Coming from a political family she is privy to the corruption and oppressive nature of her country’s government. Wishing to rid her people of this oppression, she alongside by her boyfriend Alex forges uneasy alliances with other groups to overthrow the establishment and create a democratic government for the people. But it won’t be easy because the establishment has set traps for them at every turn
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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About the Author
Dennis Pimm lives on an isolated country property near Ipswich, Australia where the natural, unspoiled bush environment offers the tranquility which is conducive to the craft of writing. He has led an adventurous life and travelled extensively, especially in South America where he lived with the common people while learning to speak the language. At the time, the brutal Pinochet dictatorship ruled Chile. Much of the subcontinent lived under political anarchy and violence. With trusted friends, he discussed the political situation and eventually formed his own conclusions about the world political order Although well travelled, he sees himself as very much an Australian who loves his country but remains cynical about the way we are all heading into a dangerous cultural and political phase where computerized autocracy is very much a future possibility.
The New Millennium* by Dennis Pimm
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