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A dark adventure set in a 1930's alternate history where a world, and Britain in particular, comes under the rule of Eugenics. A group of young people become pawns in a secret war involving pursuit by car, plane, and train. Powerful government agents pursue Grace and Tom who are persecuted for failing the eugenic test. A roller coaster of an imaginative ride! More
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About Peter Whitaker

I am someone who has a profound interest in life and all the many and diverse subjects that it has to offer. I live and work in the East Riding of Yorkshire, a citizen of the forgotten city of Kingston Upon Hull. I was educated at Coleg Harlech, Gwynedd, North Wales, an institution that gave me so much, including a deeper appreciation of literature and a journey into Philosophy.
Eugenica is a book I started work on as a means of promoting a positive image of the disabled. As a disabled person myself I am only too aware how we can be totally misrepresented, whether wilfully or otherwise, by the media. It is a blend of adventure, dark science fiction, and an awful lot of referencing to things popular in the 1930’s that I still enjoy today.
I am happily married with two children. I dream of being a full-time author and I would like to see my football team Hull City win the Premier League title one day.

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Tracie Hales reviewed on Feb. 4, 2018

Really enjoyed this book. This is not something i would normally read but the story line peaked my interest. I had no idea what Eugenics was, quite disturbing really and sad to think we could even entertain the idea. The main chatactors are the little heros!..I was reading till wee hours in the morning to see what happens to them?..great book would highly recomend!
(reviewed 11 days after purchase)
Elaine14 reviewed on Aug. 13, 2017

Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Quite disturbing in parts due to the fact that the subject matter is not beyond the bounds of possibility. I enjoyed the pace of the storytelling which kept my interest and found me reading into the wee small hours due to a need to find out the fate of the key characters. Although a bit harrowing in parts, the courage and determination of the main character - Grace - was uplifting and inspiring. A great read!
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)

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