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In a world torn between democracy and dictatorship, can America survive the onslaught of authoritarianism and become once again a beacon of democratic leadership? Emergence of a powerful propaganda machine places the answer in doubt.
A musically gifted extrovert, John McEwan becomes embroiled in this battle, dragging Emma Simon, a deaf introvert, in with him. Forces against them turn violent, driving them into seclusion, tearing them apart, and destroying their rapidly growing company.
In a dramatic role reversal, Emma reveals how a strong individual can rise in the face of crises. This emotion-packed novel, at times heart-wrenching, at times heart-filling, lights a path to a brighter future.

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Dark paperback covers with black spine. ARC copy. Edge wear and corner bumps. Clean, tight pages and binding. Spine crease on front cover. Comes with Literary Publicity packet. Published by Author in 2021. Measures 9 x 6.with 292 pages. G – Fiction


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