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The author of the book: James Henry I
Language: English
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Edition: Amazon Media EU
Date of issue: September 9th 2013
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“In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” George Orwell

British author James Henry ‘spent his formative years in a world where power existed to be abused. He spent his youth serving the madness of military life. When not writing, he picks at the conspiracies behind the news we are presented with.’ And that is the extent of his biographical information. But in the case of this fine author whose projected series THE NATURAL ORDER opens with Book 1 FALSE FLAGS the writing is so vivid and so immersed in the times that reading it is in many ways a revelation about terrorism in all its forms and throughout the globe. It is timely, disturbing, and a fine preparation to see where the entire series will lead.

James opens his book with that ever-present news broadcast that dims the atmosphere: his writing sets the stage well – unforced, credible and well versed. ‘Channel 3 News 7pm - ‘I went early, to get ready. Typed the script and ran it through the autocue. Rehearsed the four sentences that would make me a part of history as I walked to the studio. The audience impatiently applauded in a sudden explosion of noise as soon as I stepped onto the set. The bright studio lights blinded me. But I could hear them, smell their excitement. I forced them from my mind. Stood behind the first lectern. Ran my script through the autocue. I tapped on the microphone, sending a gentle “dub” rolling through the room and briefly silencing the murmur of voices. Waved to the producer to dim the spotlights and turn on the studio lights. Looked at the expectant audience without seeing them. Pointed to the spotlights and walked to the second lectern. Then the third and, finally, the fourth. Mine. I pointed to the spotlights and the audience disappeared again behind the wall of light. I held onto the sides of my lectern, ran my text through the autocue for the tenth time. Practiced the cadence and rhythm without moving my lips, listening to the words echo in my head. I’d been twenty-two when I watched the old world die on television. Now I was part of creating a new one. For the first time in the history of the planet the whole of humanity was about to decide how it wanted to be governed….“Earlier today the Chairperson announced that, twenty-five years after the Apocalypse, it is time to decide our system of government. In one hundred days every citizen will vote in the first elections of the new era. “The ballot will offer a simple and clear choice: do you, … do we … want the Board of Directors to continue managing the state for the next twenty-five years, or do we want an elected government to do it?...“I was twenty-three when the old, … when the Apocalypse happened. I was married to a man I loved. I didn’t see him for nine years. That was fair; we had a whole new society to build.” She nodded to confirm that it had been fair, drew a shaking breath and spoke again. “As soon as he came home we applied to have a child. They said no – we were not genetically compatible. … And now, now it’s too late. We worked hard to build a new, safe world. A world without war or hunger. … But we will never know the joy of parenthood. Is that fair?”

The spectrum of the plot is well described in the brief synopsis – ‘Dead mercenaries in the Middle East, skinheads attacking a woman in England and a mushroom cloud over Israel expose a group of powerful people controlling the destiny of the planet through privatised states. These events bring Jessica Gordon face to face with the vulnerability of people in a world where knowing the truth is more dangerous than believing the lie.’

The subject matter is tough but the manner in which James writes makes it accessible and real – a challenge for any author and one that James meets head on. This is a disturbing but a fine beginning for a new series.


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