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The most unique sci-fi novel I’ve read in years.

What happens when the world gets too optimized? Joel E. Lorentzen, the author, answers that question in his unique, inventive and thought-provoking novel, Proles - a novel about 2084. In the not too distant future, the gap between the have’s and the have nots is as wide as it has ever been, but not for the reason you may think. Money is not the cause in the future, optimization more 

Book By Author:  Greg Masters

Three Journals
 Three Journals


Three Journals chronicles reflections from one mind in three disparate locations at three different times: Europe and Morocco, 1974-75; the East Village of Manhattan, 1977-1978; and Mexico, 1985. Three Journals sustains a tone throughout that is an appreciation of basic dailiness.


The book received a five-star rating, the highest designation, on review website Reader's Favorite. "Three Journals by Greg Masters is a masterpiece... one cannot help falling in love with the setting, the historical references, the cultural and social commentaries, and the very life throbbing within the narration...powerful and seductive prose."

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Author:  Greg Masters