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MAKING AMERICA AGAIN 2024 THE BOOK OF DAVID by Eric Covfefe

MAKING AMERICA AGAIN 2024 THE BOOK OF DAVID

THE BOOK OF DAVID

by Eric Covfefe

Pages: 142

Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5

Category
  • FICTION - Thrillers - Suspense
  • FICTION - Thrillers - Political
  • FICTION - Thrillers - General

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781545609545

Price : $13.49

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Is this a dream? Were among the thoughts
running through David Robles’ head as he laid helplessly on the floor of his
house, injured by gunshot wounds from intruders, while his family’s screams
filled his fading mind.
 
Such an event introduces
readers right away to the plight of David Robles, his wife Elizabeth and their
children, Maria and Marcos, in the latest suspense novel series, Making
American Again 2024: The Book of David.
 
As David’s mind slips into
unconsciousness, he journeys back in time to 2022 when his family was just
starting a hopeful trip to Florida. An innocent stop at a roadside diner
quickly turned into an example of current hostilities within the nation and
racial prejudice.
 
The recent news of the enactment of
Muslim camps in the nation led everyone to see others as Muslims in hiding, and
Elizabeth’s Latino features made no exception. Besides being ridiculed by diner
employees, the family also went through the mockery of being searched and
questioned by police as to their ethnicity and travels. The trip’s ill-fated turn
of events was only a glimpse of the changes to come to America, with the
amounts of protests, segregation and right restrictions beginning to escalate
among all races, cultures and social classes.
 
David reiterates the thought from
the start of the book: could this be a hurtful dream he was experiencing,
seeing his family persecuted for their Hispanic backgrounds, or was it an
all-too-real nightmare playing out in The American Nation?
 
Is
making America again at the cost of the livelihoods of citizens trapped between
governmental control and wealthy ambition or is it just the leaders of our
Country acting in our best interest to preserve The American Dream and save the
citizens of this great nation from their own inevitable self-destruction?


David reiterates the thought from the start of the book: could this be a hurtful dream he was experiencing, or was it an all-too-real nightmare playing out in the American nation?
Is making America again at the cost of the livelihoods of citizens trapped between governmental control and wealthy ambition? 

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