Utopias - Book 2

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Premier Tung Wing has taken control of the Eurasia Federation. President Ricardo Carlos of the United Americas Continent (UAC) is doing all he can to prevent war with Premier Wing, but war with the Eurasia Federation is unavoidable. The Battle of Tarim Basin in the Taklamakan Desert in China decides the fate of the world. The only way to stop Wing is for President Carlos to do the unthinkable. More

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About Don Viecelli

The author lives in Arlington Heights, IL with his family. He attended Michigan State University and earned his MBA at Lake Forest Graduate School of Management in Illinois. He recently retired as a product marketing professional in the high tech industry and is now pursuing a writing career. He has always enjoyed science fiction and plans to continue writing imaginative novels that explore the future boundaries of real science. He writes science fiction book reviews on popular authors and lists them on Goodreads.com. He can be found on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and he has his own Website for science fiction readers. He is also a Member of the Writers of SciFi, a group of Indie Science Fiction writers and authors associated with BooksGoSocial. Drop him a line when you find a story you like.

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About the Series: Utopias Dystopian Series
Utopias is a megacity and Capitol of the United Americas Continent. The Climate Crisis has caused global environmental disaster and humans are the cause for the Sixth Mass Extinction Level Event in human history. Sentient androids were created to help save the planet while humans entered cryosleep for 100 years in deep underground bunkers. Humans finally awakened in 2199 and now must fight the androids and each other for control of their megalopolises and world.

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