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The year is 2029 and St. Louis, Missouri is a picture perfect example of energy efficiency. From the gardens surrounding the solar panels on the rooftops, to the plush, green medians in the center of the boulevards accented with smart street lights, St. Louis has become legendary for its natural beauty and 'green' technology. So much so that the inhabitants refer to it as ...more
Paperback, 1st, 306 pages
Published September 15th 2014 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Luann Patterson
Sep 07, 2014 Luann Patterson rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
In light of current events & the general state of this great country, Indiscernible Tyranny demands to be read. This book pulled me in from the first few pages and didn't let go. While set 15 years in the future, the changes in the cities is believable. The Endnotes referenced throughout the book bring home the reality of the present. One cannot chalk up TV & appliances that 'watch' us to the author's imagination when he offers up documentation to the contrary. The characters were well ...more
Joe Misuraca jr.
Wow !! Great read !! Action packed, and with a few twist the author throws at you, you'll be hooked. From the opening pages this book drew me in and kept me there. I couldn't put it down. What do you do when the technology that was meant to help you, is turned against you? Although the book is fiction, the technology described in it is here today. And what can be done with it when it is used by those who would seek control and power will leave you thinking twice about what the future holds. I ...more
Debbie Tumbarello
This is a well written and researched book. I got wrapped into right away and found it hard to put down. I've recommended it to my friends and recommend it to all that are at the least bit interested in it, you won't go wrong with this one. It certainly makes you think about the future.
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The thirteenth child of a World War II veteran, Patch was born in
St. Louis, Missouri in 1973 and was raised in the St. Louis area. Patch grew up studying military and American history with aspirations of joining the Army. Unfortunately, at the age of sixteen, he suffered an injury to his right eye changing the course of his life forever. Some time later, he married his high school sweetheart who

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