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America in the Fall

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America’s death wasn’t the work of a foreign power; it happened by our own hand.

Torn apart by a violent racial-political Civil War, America has fractured from a United Republic into an array of half functioning city-states under mixed forms of governance. In the Nation of Texas the onetime Lone Star State has degenerated into a lawless plutocracy, the result of an uneasy t
Kindle Edition, 312 pages
Published December 12th 2011
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Jul 23, 2012 Robin rated it really liked it
Interesting book in the genre f the hunger games. What would happen if the gang war in Mexico encroaches into Texas? Terrifying in the possibility of it's reality. Raymond is a talented writer with a vivid imagination for what could come if today's violence isn't controlled.
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A native son of Texas, Raymond Carter Cantrell is the lone child of a computer engineer and an accountant. Growing up in a middle class house in a relatively homogenous suburb his early life could best be described as average. At a young age he did not make a billion dollar website, exhibit extraordinary physical prowess, nor demonstrate the charisma necessary to move millions to tears.

Upon gradua
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