America one hundred years from w has become entirely ruled by a harsh system of wealth, which has destroyed democracy and turned citizens into products of citizen farms. Darkly comical and tapped in to today's politics, this story imagines a rebellion starting in the old baseball stadiums which have been silent for decades after the sport was outlawed. A plan to entrap citizens reverses, including plunging the military into conflict over whether to punish or contain the rebellion. Action at the stadiums mounts, and General LeMayhem, who has been criticized for compassion disorder, must decide how to save the nation.
Peter Bollington's creative work has emerged from a long career as college lecturer in unusual situations, including US Navy ships and military bases in Asia. Currently residing in Northern California, he has traveled extensively plus lived for several years in South Korea and Malaysia.