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For years, underground street artist Ignatius has dodged surveillance cameras to spray-paint a dissident symbol: a dark visage with fiery eyes. Dissatisfied with his impact on the totalitarian country he calls home, Iggy sets his sights on tagging the most important government building in the nation. But will the soldiers of the Guard let him get away with it?"Fire Eyes" tFor years, underground street artist Ignatius has dodged surveillance cameras to spray-paint a dissident symbol: a dark visage with fiery eyes. Dissatisfied with his impact on the totalitarian country he calls home, Iggy sets his sights on tagging the most important government building in the nation. But will the soldiers of the Guard let him get away with it?"Fire Eyes" takes place in a dystopia where the government conducts mass surveillance and keeps a Watched list of its own citizens. The Church has become as powerful as the State, and people who resist are called Heretics and face execution.Like his novels, this short story by Adam Bender exposes a current political issue in an exciting speculative fiction adventure, carrying on the tradition of dystopian classics 1984 by George Orwell and Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, as well as more recent blockbuster novels like The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins....

Title : Fire Eyes
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ISBN : 9780992462925
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 591 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Fire Eyes Reviews

  • Angela Lambkin
    2019-03-19 23:58

    I found it to be very unusual type of ebook of how this one young man felt he had to go to had to go to church every Sunday even though he did not wish to do so. Also used a stencil to do it with as graffiti on walls almost everywhere where I believe he lives and then how he finally got caught and his pal was shot for acting weird to the guards and killed and then this guy who had been doing all this graffiti was finally caught, and immediately was hung without even a trial. it was quite a moving short story, that kept,e reading it till I had completed reading it,so his is why I am giving it five stars. Also recommend it for older teens and up. I received this ebook for free and in return for being able to read it, here is my honest review. Great job Adam! By Angela

  • Adam Bender
    2019-04-07 18:47