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A Dystopian Future of Technology and Society Brought to Us by Author and Teacher, Bill Becker

Fort Smith, AK – WEBWIRE

“Technology is a good thing— when it works and benefits life. However, when it goes wrong, as it frequently does, then it can be bane for those it supposedly benefit.”

Bill Becker embarks us on a journey of science and mystery through his book, “Chronicles of the Land: Crisis in Time.” It speaks of the new reorganized world set in the future, where technology is at a whole new level, and humans are more powerful than ever. Tech corporations race to gain thought control over people. Experimentations are done on controlled impulses, which could be used to control not only machines, but the human mind as well.

Without question, ambitions like this cause more harm than good. True enough, on December 7, 2147, the Second Thought War started. It lasted for only a day, yet it completely changed the earth. Billions of people disappeared without a trace; cities, too. Landscapes changed, mountains formed and leveled, rivers created or changed course. New oceans, continents, and deserts emerged. The Land was created, and Russel Taylor, a teacher from the past, has been mysteriously drawn to it.

Time travel is fascinating and all, but it certainly puts Russel in a puzzle. His head is filled with questions and most of them starts with: ‘Why?’ Why is he there? Why are the people of The Land looking for him?

Eventually, he receives an answer. The Land has chosen him to take care of a crisis. Whatever that crisis may be is for you to find out.

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Chronicles Of The Land: Crisis in Time
Bill Becker
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Publication Date: September 2022
Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy
Target Audience: General Audience

About the Author
Bill Becker is a teacher in Fort Smith, Arkansas. He has always been interested in writing and began writing some short stories when he was young. His biggest influence was Stephen King. Other influences are Frank Herbert, Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, Terry Brooks, and Stephen R. Donaldson.

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 Time Travel
 Bill Becker
 Sci-fi, Mystery
 Crisis In Time

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