"Prey World" books (Part I-III) by Alexander Merow Oct 20, 2011 5:24:18 GMT -5
Post by rurik on Oct 20, 2011 5:24:18 GMT -5
The books are to do with Slavic or nationalism related themes but a vague connection is OK, eg an anti-NWO book would be fine.
I hope it is all right if I take this comment to open a new thread. There are some very interesting books of German author Alexander Merow which have been translated into English. I mean his "Prey World" series. The books play in the near future and there rises a new patriotic movement in Belarus, Lithuania and Russia, that resists the World Government. The "Prey World" books are great anti-NWO books - and they are similar to Orwell`s "1984". The books should really be translated into Russian one day.
You can download them here. The original is in German and called "Beutewelt". Have fun!
Prey World - Citizen 1-564398B-278843
The year 2028. Mankind is in the stranglehold of a worldwide surveillance state. Frank Kohlhaas, a petty citizen, lives a cheerless life, working as an agency worker in a steel plant.
One day, he gets into a conflict with the tyrannical system, because of an unfortunate accident. An automated trail convicts him to five years of imprisonment and Frank disappears in a detention centre, where he suffers under a cruel system of brainwashing and reeducation.
After eight months of pain, the authorities decide to transfer him to another prison. On the way there, something unexpected happens. Suddenly everything changes and the young man finds himself caught between the fronts...
Prey World - Rebellion Beyond
Oppression and manipulation are the order of the day in the year 2030. Only one nation has been brave enough to fight for its independence – Japan. But the World Government is not willing to accept an independent state and plans a military strike. Frank and Alfred decide to join the Japanese army, to help the Asians. Soon the fight against the New World Order becomes a bloody nightmare...
Prey World - Organized Rage
In the year 2033, the economic situation in Europe is more hopeless than ever before. The World Government still loots the nations without mercy and holds them in its iron claws.
Artur Tschistokow, a young dissident from Belarus, takes over the leadership of the Freedom Movement of the Rus, a small group of rebels that fights against the Lodge Brothers in the underground.
While a big economic crisis starts in Belarus, the rebels form a growing revolutionary movement. Frank, Alfred and an increasing number of discontent Belarusians join Tschistokjow`s organization. They finally follow the Russian dissident to a point of no return.