The Breaking Dawn
By Paul Rosenberg
The Breaking Dawn begins with an attack that crashes the investment markets, brings down economic systems and divides the world. One part is dominated by mass surveillance and massive data systems: clean cities and empty minds… where everything is assured and everything is ordered. The other part is abandoned, without services, with limited communications, and shoved fifty years behind the times… but where human minds are left to find their own bearings. And from there it goes to places you’ve never imagined. Like the author’s groundbreaking A Lodging of Wayfaring Men, this is a trans-formative book – it is economics, technology, theology, philosophy, social activism and derring-do, cloaked in characters whose lives you will care about; whose heart-breaks and successes you’ll feel with them. While ripping the mask off power structures that struggle to control our lives, Rosenberg never takes hope from us. As hard as the journey is into true freedom and liberty, he never takes our focus off The Breaking Dawn.