A Perfect America

A Perfect America

A Perfect America Phil Tarsus is a dreadful instrument of State justice He s an Inquisitor a man who makes a living rooting out and executing those people who have been charged with treason Guilt or innocence mean lit

  • Title: A Perfect America
  • Author: Peter Meredith
  • ISBN: 9780988898073
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Paperback
  • Phil Tarsus is a dreadful instrument of State justice He s an Inquisitor, a man who makes a living rooting out and executing those people who have been charged with treason Guilt or innocence mean little to him he has quotas to fill after all Yet when he unwittingly stumbles upon a secret involving someone high up in the new American government, he becomes a target himPhil Tarsus is a dreadful instrument of State justice He s an Inquisitor, a man who makes a living rooting out and executing those people who have been charged with treason Guilt or innocence mean little to him he has quotas to fill after all Yet when he unwittingly stumbles upon a secret involving someone high up in the new American government, he becomes a target himself Unfortunately for Phil, there s nowhere to run that the government can t find him In the year 2122, in the perfect state of America, the government owns everything the shoes you wear, to the apple you eat, to your next door neighbor The government owns everything and is everything Under these conditions Phil can trust no one but the man he s slated to murder next.What the readers say about A Perfect America A Perfect America is the rarest thing a perfect dystopia Prepare to be scared for your future a very scary place In this world, humanity has been replaced by conformity.

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    The impetus for writing A Perfect America came about from discussions with some of my more liberal friends who all claim to love their country. I find this strange for two reasons: each and everyone believes that America's past is only a source of shame; that any good we might have done was outweighed by our evil and greed. Secondly, because they can't find much about our present state that is worthy of a term such as love. All they ever say is: "You know, this is why people hate America" Instea [...]

    One of my favorite books. Both sad and hopeful, AND far too possible. A warning: A Perfect America should not be read by anyone with a closed mind of any political affiliation.

    I know what you're thinkingAnother day, another dystopia. It seems as if every author, especially of a conservative or libertarian persuasion, has a cautionary tale to offer. I have by now read too many to count, and most of them leave me unsatisfied. A good dystopia has a lot to accomplish, probably more than any other genre. It needs to show how the society it describes came to be (if it can't plausibly happen, it will not be effective). It has to be vivid, to show the reader what life in the [...]

    Phil Tarsus is an inquisitor- his job is to to get confessions from alleged criminals no matter the cost. He is used to inflicting pain and causing terror, and loves the power that comes along with his position. But while working on his latest case, something is different. Stephen, a self-confessed (albeit under duress of torture) gay, sparks a nagging question in Phil that refuses to go away. Sentenced to death by stoning, Stephen’s final words haunt Phil. Strange words about redemption and G [...]

    A Perfect America, by Peter Meredith is the perfectly scary view of a far from ideal American future. In this future, the year 2122, the State has turned its citizens into virtual slaves and rules them through the use of propaganda, fear, and torture. In this world, humanity has been replaced by conformity. Anyone trying to live outside the law is branded a traitor and sent to the Inquisitors to be tried. There is only one outcome in any of these trials, execution by stoning.The hero of A Perfec [...]

    My First Meredith NovelOkay, this was an interesting read for me 1. Because its 2017 and the republicans won the election and we now have D.Trump and the fake news and christian values conglomerate in office and 2. Because I am a liberal espousing, democrat, love who you want, love multiculturalism, tax the wealthy, standardize education, to my core. However, I see where the author went with this, Meredith says what if our checks and balances broke down and people became so used to handouts, and [...]

    In an Author’s note at the end of the book, Peter Meredith tells us that A Perfect America was inspired by two things. The first is the 2012 election—“a bit of a shock to many conservatives,” he recalls: “It seemed that a perfect storm had aligned against the president—terrible economic news, bad job reports four years running, skyrocketing debt, and poor performance in foreign policy—made it seem like the republican nominee would be a shoe-in.” But no, Romney lost to Obama. “I [...]

    Ben Franklin said this, “Man will ultimately be governed by god or by tyrants.” In A Perfect America, by Peter Meredith, this is just what happened. The story takes place in 2122. The government in America is essentially communist, socialist, and atheist and it owns everything. Homosexuality, religion, capitalism, and freedom of speech are illegal. It is a day of hunger, disease, and ruthless torture. The ideology of the State is this: “America is perfect now and the only way for her to re [...]

    IronicThis is a 500 page poorly thought out abysmally researched tirade against Communism, Leftists, Agnosticism and Atheism. It is ironically a propaganda manifesto for Christianity and Capitalism and those "facts" that arrive at the writers overwhelmingly preferred topic are also unsupported by recognizable truth. If you're still interested I pity you the experience. Be prepared to be beaten about the brain for hours.

    What a scary picture this painted of our nation if we don't make changes. I think we know where those changes need to take place. I think it stressed the dire situation we are gonna be in in a very believable way. If the "Perfect America" is anything like this I won't be here!! Read this book now! Prepare to be scared for your future.

    A book that while not the best thing i've ever read still a great book. This isn't even a genre that i read alot but this book makes me want to read more of this genre.

    Stunned!I choose 5 stars because Meredith's fictional novel is becoming nonfiction in a horrorfingly accurate way. His timeline is off a bit in my opinon. I wish we had another 100 years before America implodes. I fear for our future and that our children will have no future. Suffice it to say we should all ask ourselves in true humility "what does your heart tell you to do?"

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