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PROPAGANDA from the desk of Martin Trust is a work of dystopian fiction, written in response to the larger companion story, THE BOOK. It provides the alternate perspective of the government and their response to the uprising against the government-issued digital reading device called The Book.
Paperback, 86 pages
Published March 10th 2010 by Indie Published
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Al
Jul 03, 2010 Al rated it really liked it
Don’t read this book.

At least don’t read it until you’ve read “The Book”, by M. Clifford. Without that foundation this novella can’t be fully appreciated.

You’re back? You’ve read “The Book”? Okay, we’re ready then.

This novella relates the major events from “The Book” through the eyes of Martin Trust who you’ll remember is the Director of Historic Homeland Preservation and Security. Have you heard the joke about the scariest words in the English language being, “I’m from the government and I’m h
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Megan Palasik
Nov 20, 2010 Megan Palasik rated it really liked it
Shelves: kindle, dystopia
Don't read this book...until you've read The Book, by M. Clifford.

This was a great little novella to add onto the end of The Book. Marketing Propaganda as a separate book is also interesting, if not sneaky. However, if you are to take Propaganda as the letter from Martin Trust, as it says it is, selling it separately makes sense :) Very clever M. Clifford.

This story will only make sense if you have read The Book first. Do not attempt to read this without doing so. This takes the events of The B
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Paige
Dec 29, 2010 Paige rated it it was amazing
Loved seeing the opposite side of the story, and how the government will try and cover up absolutely anything, just to make themselves look good. I loved this book as a companion. Well done. :)
Joe
Sep 05, 2010 Joe rated it really liked it
Very interesting book, especially when you are reading on an electronic book. I probably should have read The Book first. I am reading it now
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vacation read #4. Brain twisting and infuriating little addendum to The Book.
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M. Clifford was born in 1978 in a suburb of Chicago. He grew up in a forest-encroached neighborhood called Northwoods, where the embers of his imagination were kindled during solitary treks through the wilderness. M. wrote his first book, 'The Bullet That Never Stopped', on his mother's rickety green typewriter at the prudent age of eight and three-quarters. While dating his wife in college, he wr ...more
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