Category:  Adult Fiction (18 +),  340 pages
Genre: Dystopian , Science Fiction
Content Rating: PG-13 + M to R. The book includes violence, sex, white supremacy, adult language
Book Description:

From the author of The Compound, this gripping dystopian novel explores the delicate lines between truth and propaganda. As the president focuses all efforts on securing his position of power, employing tactics that blur the lines between lawful governance and autocracy, a variety of individuals must confront their own beliefs, biases, and fears. R is a riveting exploration of the American psyche, examining the themes of racism, white supremacy, and the steadfast quest for power.

Each character, rooting in their own beliefs and experiences, provides a unique lens examining the fabric of America. As misinformation and conspiracy theories flood the internet colliding with legitimate news sources, the characters’ paths intersect in unexpected ways, challenging their convictions. R isn’t just a story; it’s a wake-up call to the resilience of the human spirit, with a mirror reflecting our highest hopes and deepest fears.

​As the clock counts down to the election, the question remains: can democracy survive the storm, or will it crumble under the weight of its ideals betrayed?

Meet the Author:

R is Eli Wellington’s second novel. The author believes that fiction provides the perfect platform to make social commentary on the world around us and is influenced by authors such as George Orwell, Ayn Rand, and Arthur Koestler. Eli writes on an island in Greece.

I have not read the book, so I’m unaware what or how much white supremacy plays into the plot. I do not know the characters or writer’s stance on the racist group. I want to make clear that I do not support racism, white supremacy! Thank you and have a wonderful day! 

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