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- 2021, Year of Zionists
- A Dystopian Plot
- by [P]
- Nuclear war and bio-engeneered viruses have destroyed the world as we know it.
- The year is 2021. New Voltaire is a devastated place ruled by Zionists. Once glorious, Spire of Tranquility is now in pernicious state.
- The highly intelligent Biogenesis Inception Research Development [B.I.R.D] Agent, Dr. Sophia Musk is humanity's only hope. Sophia finds the courage to start a secret revolutionary organization called "The Bonding".
- The Bonding began with a few like-minded individuals who, with time and dillegence, would grow to become an army of unstopable force.
- Using their collective creativity, they would begin to rebuild the world that was destroyed; bringing back the sounds of the trumpets and organs that had nearly been forgotten.
- Dr. Musk was on the verge of cracking the code and producing a working prototype anti-virus when the attacks began. The walls were being shredded by some unnatural swarming force accompanied by a loud humming and what sounded like cracks of lightning hitting the shelter.
- Just then there was a large booming noise and the swarm of what would be identified as nano-bots we're scattered all around.
- The fight is jeopardised when Sophia is tricked by a creepy petty thief, Lord Munswell Fang, who steals her Biogenesis research to advance his new biological nano-division called The Cell. During the struggle Lord Fang sustained injury to his eye, but managed to escape with the research.
- Armed with wit and diligence, The Bonding try their best to save mankind, but can they defeat Narcissistic Zionists and restore Spire of Tranquility to its former glory?
- Can they reclaim the research and the world they once knew?
- Praise for 2021, Year of Zionists
- "Sophia Musk is such a compelling hero. I'd give this book six stars if I could."
- - The Daily Tale
- "Yet another dystopian story set in 2021 New Voltaire. Reading this book was like playing golf with my own eyeballs."
- - Enid Kibbler
- "An injured eye is no joke. I read this book with my heart in my chest."
- - Hit the Spoof
- "I could do better."
- - Zob Gloop
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