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Mr. Tomorrow

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"Had George Orwell thought more about Tarzan and less about Stalin, this is the novel he would have written instead of 1984."
Paperback, 160 pages
Published 1974 by Aware Press, Inc.
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Action packed dystopian science fiction saga. The America of the unspecified future is ruled by the elite and all freedom is gone, especially the freedom to have sex. A man from outside of society comes to the city to find a mate, and meets with armed resistance at the very sight of him. The book's message is: "To be himself in this world, a man must fight all those who would not let him be himself." This book is Rambo meets Brave New World.
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Connie Leslie Sellers was born March 1, 1922 in Shubuta, Mississippi. In 1943 he married Mary Raineri in New Orleans, Louisiana. They are the parents of two sons, Leonard and Shannon. Sellers was a much-decorated Korean War veteran. He received prestigious medals not only from the United States, but also from the countries of France, England, and the Republic of Korea. Sellers was also awarded the ...more
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