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Dr. Ezra Randall’s grandson is about to be Recognized, a rite of passage that will allow the Guardianship to monitor the boy’s every move and bring his special intellect under their control. Desperate to save Myles, Ezra emerges from hiding, seizes his grandson, and takes him to the one place where he might be safe from the tyrannical government Ezra helped create: off-world. More

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Words: 236,410
Language: English
ISBN: 9781613640180
About Marc Moore

A professional with degrees from Texas A&M and the University of Portland, Marc Moore is an author, blogger, husband, and father with a keen interest in correcting the fundamental lack of reason that has come to predominate the social and political processes in the United States and other western democracies throughout the world.

With some initial input from his friend Dan Hargrove, Marc wrote Recognition because of the profound way in which citizens’ fundamental rights are threatened by the rapid expansion of state authority over the last several decades. Despite ever-present warning signs, recent events show that government lacks the will to limit its own scope of action, even when such forbearance would benefit the citizens it is supposed to represent.
His vision for Recognition and the rest of the forthcoming Liberty First novels is to entertain readers while educating them as to the importance of personal liberty and individual achievement.


Review by: Chuck M on Aug. 20, 2011 :
I truly enjoyed this book. The many characters are well thought out and believable. I quickly learned who the characters were and was pulled into the story. From start to finish the book moved right along with no slow or dry chapters. If you like science fiction then I think you will appreciate this book for what it is - a good read, that moves quickly and allows room for many sequels. It is easy to keep sight of the story and not be bogged down with meaningless complexity. For the price it is a real bargain and I wish there was a hardcopy to put on my shelf.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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