Alternative facts. Fake news. Feeling over fact. Reality as the Great Lie. This government will stop at nothing to control the narrative. Control the narrative, control the nation…

Having lost her parents and memories in the traumatic Mass Destruction of 2017, Rachel Wright is a “Weaver” who spins the “authorized truth” on the Web. As she begins regaining fragments of her past, Rachel begins to question her government, her beliefs, and even reality itself.
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“Well written, well paced.”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Moe Moe

A thrilling dystopian novel that is not only relevant to modern times but sadly indicative of one potential future. Well written, well paced. At roughly 205 pages, it can be read in one sitting, and I couldn’t put it down until I had finished the book. In our increasingly politically polarized society, this book drives home why it is more important than ever to defend factual news, individual privacy and freedoms, and civil discourse between rival parties. It is a view of what happens when Americans forget we are one people with similar problems, we just don’t always agree how to solve the problems we face; and instead block out voices that disagree with ours and label them “enemies”. Totally recommend this book.

About the Author

Leigh Holland was born in Louisville, Kentucky in 1972. She wrote several poems during childhood that were published in anthologies. An only child, Leigh has always enjoyed creating new worlds and new and interesting characters to fill them. She continues to create new worlds for others to delve into and enjoy. Leigh’s first novel, “2042: An American 1984” is now available on Amazon. She is working on her second novel, “Heartless”, presently.

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