Race, politics, survival explored in gripping sci-fi novel

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Author Anthony Rwaka weaves stark vision of humankind’s future

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Anthony Rwaka marks his debut in the world of science fiction with the novel titled “Atlas: The Defiant” (published by Xlibris). With gripping prose and unforgettable twists, this book envisions a future earth teetering on the brink of either unprecedented evolution or absolute devastation.

In “Atlas,” humankind is on the cusp of a new era. Civilization has reached its peak. Space, the final frontier, has been explored and conquered. Peace is no longer just an idea but a reality. It is in this utopian landscape that first-time author Rwaka weaves a compelling story that contemplates upon the future of humanity.

“Have you ever thought about the future in the year 3000?” Rwaka asks, adding, “How will the world have changed? Will issues like global warming, race and war still be major issues or perhaps there is a better future for mankind? Well, let’s find out together.”

Heralding the arrival of a gifted new voice, “Atlas: The Defiant” is a prescient and paranoid vision of the world and the future of humankind. It is a multilayered story that explores enduring themes of race, war, politics and survival while keeping readers enthralled from beginning until the stunning finale.

“Atlas: The Defiant”
By Anthony Rwaka
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 248 pages | ISBN 9781499071900
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 248 pages | ISBN 9781499071917
E-Book | 248 pages | ISBN 9781499071924
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

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