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  • Title: History's Prisoners (Invasion #1)
  • Author: James Garmisch
  • ISBN: 9781370789801
  • Page: 356
  • Format: ebook
  • Moments before his execution, Huan is given a clear choice infiltrate the Global Resistance or die, and never see his children again.The Alliance is collapsing, and Huan, a former economist for the worldwide government, knows how it was engineered History has been reset, the children of dissidents re educated, and the family unit abolished The facade of utopia is evaporMoments before his execution, Huan is given a clear choice infiltrate the Global Resistance or die, and never see his children again.The Alliance is collapsing, and Huan, a former economist for the worldwide government, knows how it was engineered History has been reset, the children of dissidents re educated, and the family unit abolished The facade of utopia is evaporating.Meanwhile, beyond the city walls, the separated lands are shifting from despair to chaos Smoldering discontent is about to explode Huan is neither a soldier nor a spy, but he will have to become both and quickly if he is to survive and to save the family that does not know him.
    History s Prisoners Invasion Moments before his execution Huan is given a clear choice infiltrate the Global Resistance or die and never see his children again The Alliance is collapsing and Huan a former economist for the wo

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    1. I really enjoyed this dystopian adventure The beginning is clever and once gripped the author never let go A real page turner with the setting of an imaginative future world I like dystopian stories that make you think about our current world and whether the author has come up with a believable future society Having awoken today to the result of the American Presidential election I believe anything is possible The author is a good writer and the characters have depth There is something in this b [...]

    2. Recommend to fans of inteligent dystopian novels and anyone really who enjoys adventure stories.Well written and exciting, it was easy to become involved in the story and the central characters The future world depicted is imaginative but followed perfect logic I found the idea of the great reset of the population that had taken place after an earlier war a chilling thought Nothing before the reset was known I found the idea of taking children from their parents and brain washing them into forge [...]

    3. A fast paced, action packed read Characters are compelling with solid plot The author lays out a believable world, sometimes in the middle of action, but it works well A good start to what promises to be a compelling dystopian series.

    4. I don t read a lot of dystopian, post apocalyptic fiction, but when I do, I invariably ask myself why I don t read of this stuff There is a creativity about dystopian novels that allows the author to head off in all sorts of directions and create marvelous and wonderful creatures and inventions As an author, I am in awe of writers in this genre I admire their creativity and imaginations In History s Prisoners James Garmisch has created such a dystopian world and in my opinion, has done an excel [...]

    5. Quite a few things happened in this book Packed full of action it felt very exciting for most of the book In History s prisoners, many of the world is brainwashed into believing the utopia that the Alliance has created Global resistance, a group who know the truth are fighting back History s Prisoners centres around a few different characters showing there perspective Each facing a different problem In the end, I was fascinated to see what was going to happen to each of them Mostly I was interes [...]

    6. Admittedly, I wasn t interested from the beginning.But from Chapter 2 I was hooked I thought it was just going to be a shooting book, but I soon realized it was something smarter.The premise is a totalitarian government has tried erased history in something called The Great Reset The story follows a ranger named Doon who is a victim of this new society and his unknown father who was imprisoned for writing a history book I liked it in a 1984 Fahrenheit 451 way I also enjoyed the way future techno [...]

    7. Huan is a guy with no choices and no future in a dystopian world where pretty much everything that makes life worth living has been either eradicated or redesigned to fit the governments purposes Nearly executed, he is given a reprieve but only if he becomes a spy for the Alliance as it teeters on the brink of collapse as the Global Resistance tries to bring it down from all sides If you like action, dystopia, intrigue, and a tiny whiff of romance you ll enjoy this fast paced intro to a new seri [...]

    8. This is the second book I ve read by James Garmisch His first book, Silver Lead and Dead was a great read, but this was a complete change of genre Set in a dystopian world, it has the characteristics of Aldous Huxley s Brave New World A future time when society and everyone s fate is engineered by an advanced technology and brainwashing The plot and characters are a real page turner This would make a great movie and deserves a wide audience.

    9. brainwashed by politicians and establishment This is how I saw this story, and unfortunately, how I see this world of ours developing.The author did a great job portraying characters, story, and a view of a future world using today s unfortunate trends.This book appealed to me, but it also frightened me a little because the future depicted may almost be here.Good characters, great insight, intelligent writing.I m looking forward to in this series.

    10. Great book once again I wasn t sure if I will like this kind but it hooked me up Well developed characters and the plot Easy to read but most of all this author needs to get five stars for the ability to involve a reader into thinking about who we are as people in an easy and not complicated way.I am already waiting for a next book from James Garmisch.

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