Barriers of the New World

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In the midst of poverty,violence,and war,Stella found love and happiness.But life sometimes plays morbid games.The war took her everything, especially a reason to live.Coping with grief and anger, barely staying alive, life once again plays a morbid game.To save her brother, she is forced to accept help from an enemy––arrogant and overconfident James.But life has one more game to play with Stella. More

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About Barbara Rayne

“No Society Wants You to Become Wise”

No society wants you to become wise: it is against the investment of all societies. If people are wise they cannot be exploited. If they are intelligent they cannot be subjugated, they cannot be forced into a mechanical life, to live like robots. They will assert themselves--they will assert their individuality. They will have the fragrance of rebellion around them; they will want to live in freedom.

Freedom comes with wisdom, intrinsically--they are inseparable--and no society wants people to be free. The communist society, the fascist society, the capitalist society, the Hindu, the Mohammedan, the Christian--no society likes people to use their own intelligence because the moment they start using their intelligence they become dangerous, dangerous to the establishment, dangerous to the people who are in power, dangerous to the "haves"; dangerous to all kinds of oppression, exploitation, suppression; dangerous to the churches, dangerous to the states, dangerous to the nations.

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The world was divided into 3 types of countries—rich, advanced, and poor—with names changed into numbers accordingly. Stella, a young, intelligent, and hard working girl, lived in Country 189 that was owned by Global REN. She was an assistant to the CEO—handsome, confident, and highly intelligent man. They fell in love, but the world war will forever change her life, leaving deep scars.

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Jeff Taylor reviewed on Jan. 18, 2013

It took a few chapters for this book to really draw me in, but once it did it just didn't let go. It's an exciting dystopian suspense novel with very well drawn out characters that make for an interesting and exciting story to keep you up well past your bedtime. I definitely give it 5 stars. It's fun, interesting, romantic, and the plot goes in directions that you just don't see coming as you're reading. An exciting story that really puts you within each scene as it takes place, with beautiful descriptions of each scene. If you're into action, romance, and the sci-fi genre, this is probably a good pick.
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