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IT’S TIME TO AWAKEN

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by Anthony M. Ramos

Eighteen-year-old Kai Rose is weighed down by a burden he didn’t ask for, one many others in an imperfect society shoulder every day. As a gay man, Kai just wants the liberties, rights, and opportunities that heterosexuals have; instead he is met with the government’s unrelenting discrimination.
In recent weeks the government has declared a seizure of all homosexual people, and the time has come for him to be brought in as well. Feeling scared and alone, Kai is taken into custody to be cured of his defect, along with all the other defectives in their oppressed society.

202 pages, paperback

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Author Anthony M. Ramos
Publishers CreateSpace
Year of Publication 2018

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IT’S TIME TO AWAKEN
Anthony M. Ramos

Eighteen-year-old Kai Rose is weighed down by a burden he didn’t ask for, one many others in an imperfect society shoulder every day. As a gay man, Kai just wants the liberties, rights, and opportunities that heterosexuals have; instead he is met with the government’s unrelenting discrimination.
In recent weeks the government has declared a seizure of all homosexual people, and the time has come for him to be brought in as well. Feeling scared and alone, Kai is taken into custody to be cured of his defect, along with all the other defectives in their oppressed society.
It is here where Kai is faced with many conflicts, both mental and physical. He can’t help but wonder if he can be cured, if society is right about him, or if this is just indisputable injustice to a community for no other reason than complete prejudice.

202 pages, paperback

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IT’S TIME TO AWAKEN

by Anthony M. Ramos

Eighteen-year-old Kai Rose is weighed down by a burden he didn’t ask for, one many others in an imperfect society shoulder every day. As a gay man, Kai just wants the liberties, rights, and opportunities that heterosexuals have; instead he is met with the government’s unrelenting discrimination.
In recent weeks the government has declared a seizure of all homosexual people, and the time has come for him to be brought in as well. Feeling scared and alone, Kai is taken into custody to be cured of his defect, along with all the other defectives in their oppressed society.

202 pages, paperback