Bad Wine, Crappy Chocolate

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AuthorHouse, Apr 27, 2016 - Fiction - 414 pages
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For Cori Fitzgerald, a young woman living in the year 2045, the future is now. Her co-worker Brandon Cane has taken Cori to a place ripe with political intrigue. The United States has been transformed into the Seven Sovereign Territories. Years of having a government that could not address the nation's problems compelled the electorate to insist on radical change. Each territory is run by an elected official with the title of senator. The territorial population has been consolidated into seven large cities. The people have adopted a healthy life style, which increases their life span. There is also Vitala, a drug that uses genetic engineering to eliminate disease and retard aging. Living well past the age of 120 is now commonplace. Brandon's sister Cybil has been elected senator. She intends to nationalize Allesours, the company that makes Vitala. Daniel Foster, the company's chairman of the board, will use any means to stop her. This results in some provocative confrontations. Cori becomes the focal point of Foster's efforts to stop Cybil. Bad Wine, Crappy Chocolate presents the reader with a future that is shaped by the issues of our time. The characters face many dilemmas, and find themselves in circumstances they could not have anticipated. The conclusion of this story is like the 2120 world it depicts: unexpected.

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About the author (2016)

J.E. Hall is a native of Long Island, New York. He is a graduate of the New York Institute of Technology. His interests in politics was instrumental in shaping his first novel The Wall. Hall?s concern for the environment influenced his second novel Two Men With A Mission. His third novel, Angie of the Garden, reflects his interest in history. Bad Wine, Crappy Chocolate was inspired by the government?s inability to address the issues of our time. J.E. Hall enjoys traveling to the unspoiled places in this world. Still this author believes that a person?s most fascinating journeys are the ones taken with the mind alone. He is currently working on his fifth novel.

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