Monday, July 9, 2012

BOOK REVIEW FOR-PRISON PLANET-BY BILLIE SUE MOSIMAN




Below is a description for Prison Planet by Billie Sue Mosiman


Cover art by Neil Jackson. A novella of the world in 2042. In the near future Jackie and her husband Antone are working hard to move out of the bottom class of society. Then one day while her husband is at work in another city, men in suits come and take Jackie and her children away to be interred in a prison camp in North Texas. No phone calls allowed, no explanations given. Jackie keeps hope alive that Antone will rescue them. But if he does manage to get them out, where are they going to run, where are they going to hide, and where are they going to go on the PRISON PLANET? "Billie Sue Mosiman's novels are edge-of-the-seat all the way!" Ed Gorman, Award-winning author and former editor of Mystery Scene Magazine.



My review is below. Obviously, I love this story!




5.0 out of 5 stars Prison Planet Will Imprison Your Mind!, July 9, 2012
This review is from: PRISON PLANET (Kindle Edition)
Prison Planet by Billie Sue Mosiman is not only a great horror tale, it is a great visionary peek into what I see is happening in the world at the present time. This wonderful gut-wrenching story is the 2012 version of 1984. Take a look around you: political gatherings where members applaud when a speaker says if someone doesn't have the proper insurance, then they should just die. This tale of Billie Sue Mosiman extols the worse form of greed and power-mongering. This IS the story of the 99% and the 1%. Don't take my word for it. Buy and read this story and see if you don't agree with me. I am a huge fan of Billie Sue Mosiman's writing, and this is one of her finest. Read this tale and think. I did!


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