Throughout the book, Jackson hopes to “unite people together to let the government and their industries know they cannot keep pushing their citizens to self destruct.”
London (PRWEB) September 12, 2013
Inspired to write because of the present economic situation facing all individuals living in the UK, author Mr. Patrick Jackson penned “The Secret Ants Society and The Government Cover-up: The Film Animation Story: Part 1 and Part 2” (published by AuthorHouse), a guided look at the political situations many individuals face every day trying to get by.
Throughout the book, Jackson hopes to “unite people together to let the government and their industries know they cannot keep pushing their citizens to self destruct. “He attempts to achieve this feeling by helping readers see how their government is “taking away their rights and plunging them into poverty.”
An excerpt from the book:
“Many of us buy our West Indian foods from these convenient food shops, not knowing what poison could be in our foods. This is not an exaggeration, I am not accusing all convenient shops of this type of action, but it’s about time all these shops have a proper government health and safety spot checks; on how they sell the foods in their shops to the public.”
“The Secret Ants Society and The Government Cover-up: The Film Animation Story”
By Mr. Patrick Jackson
Softcover | 5 x 8in | 103 pages | ISBN 9781481799041
E-Book | 103 pages | ISBN 9781481799058
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Mr. Patrick Jackson resides in London.
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