The Rise and Falling Out of Saint Leslie of Security
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The Rise and Falling Out of Saint Leslie of Security

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The United States of America has fragmented under the pressures of terrorism and religion. Christian and American heritages have merged into one mythology.

Presidents are referred to as Father Washington, and considered God s mortal avatar.

Cyborg security agent Leslie thwarts an Atheist assassination attempt, Congress awards her official Sainthoo

Paperback, 292 pages
Published February 22nd 2008 by LBF Books, Imprint of Lachesis Publishing
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Michele Lee
The Rise and Falling Out of Saint Leslie of Security is a dystopian science fiction story of a future spun off from many of the issues found in the headlines today. At times this can violate the cushion of separation found in most utopian/dystopian tales that allows the writer (and thus the reader) to explore ideas of What If from a safe distance. Some of the aspects in this book feel like modern extremist propaganda from current times, which might turn off some readers. However, to Tisbert's cr...more
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