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Bioweapon: New Beginnings

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"In the world of tomorrow peace reigns: but at a terrible price. The internet now binds people in a state of unified progress, achieved through a microchipped population who have been united in the face of destruction, and bent to the will of an insidious secret society who control every inch of the planet from the shadows.

Those who have rejected the all-powerful New World
Paperback, 318 pages
Published August 29th 2012 by Xlibris Corporation
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Lilly Moody
New Beginnings, J. K. Bowden’s premier novel and the first in the Bioweapon Series, sets a solid and tantalizing foundation for what is promising to be an action-packed, but intelligently woven series that comes close to painting a chillingly accurate portrait of the future of humankind. While not flawless in plot or writing style, J. K. Bowden’s passion and expansive ideas shine through in a fast paced story that is difficult to set aside.

Set at an unspecified date in the coming century, New Be
This novel is a triumph of fantastically imaginative and highly plausible futurist fiction.
The story is utterly entrancing, the action incredibly articulated and characters very captivating - perfect archetypes of the most admirable ideals of humanity.

The story is comparable in quality and inception to dystopian classics like 1984, Brave New World and to some extent the film The Matrix. However its concepts I think are more refined and insightful and much more applicable to the contemporary con
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