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In this gripping conclusion to The Liberty Box Trilogy, new and surprising alliances are formed, passions run high, and our heroes learn what they are really made of

Wednesday, May 8th, 2019
The
Liberty Box
The
Liberty Box Trilogy Book 1
by
C.A. Gray
Genre:
New Adult Dystopian
 
**Dystopian
mind control with metaphysics**

 

 

Kate
Brandeis has it all: a famous reporter at the age of twenty-four,
she’s the face of the Republic of the Americas. She has a loving
fiancé and all the success she could wish for. But when she learns
of the death of a long-forgotten friend, her investigations unravel
her perfect memories, forcing her to face the fact that she’s been
living a lie.

 

 

Jackson
MacNamera, trained from a young age in the art of mind control,
returns to the Republic for his mother’s funeral. Within a few
hours of his arrival, authorities collect Jackson and take him by
force to a room ironically called The Liberty Box, where he must
choose between surrendering his thoughts to the new Republic, or
fleeing for his freedom.

 

 

Kate,
bereaved and confused, finds her way to a cave community of refugees,
where Jackson seems to offer her an escape from her grief. The two
forge an uneasy bond, and in the process Jackson learns that Kate has
some insight which may help the hunters in their attempt to free
other citizens from the tyranny of the Potentate. Against the
expressed wishes of the Council, the hunters plot a series of daring
raids, attempting to prove that not only is freedom possible, but
that the citizens are not too far gone to desire it. But with the
odds so stacked against them, can the refugees succeed in their
rescue missions right under the Potentate’s nose?

 

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The
Eden Conspiracy
The
Liberty Box Trilogy Book 2
 
The
refugee caves have been destroyed, and most of the refugees are dead.
The Potentate now knows of their existence and will stop at nothing
to wipe them out completely. He suspects that terrorist Jackson
MacNamera is among them, as well as reporter Kate Brandeis’s
fiancé, hacker Will Anderson—and probably therefore Kate herself.
Now that the Potentate is aware of security threats, most of the
strategies the rebels used to get back onto the grid before now no
longer work. The Potentate knows the rebels are on foot, and he knows
they were at the caves not long ago—they can’t get far. 

 

 

The
remaining rebels, among them Jackson and Kate, have Kate’s fiancé
Will to thank for their survival: he arrived back from the dead and
in the nick of time, bearing classified information about the
Potentate’s plans to expand his influence internationally. But the
remaining rebels and the Council cannot agree on whether their top
priority should be spreading truth far and wide and freeing as many
citizens from government control as possible, knowing that they will
likely die in the process—or escaping to New Estonia, in hopes that
they might live out the rest of their days in peace.

 

 

Kate,
meanwhile, finds herself torn: between Jackson and the fiancé she
thought she lost, and between the damsel-in-distress she once was,
and the rebel she believes she has always been underneath. Whether
the other hunters will support her or no, she knows she must use her
influence over the people of the Republic to tell them the truth, no
matter the cost. But is she strong enough to withstand the
government’s lies?

 

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The
Phoenix Project
The
Liberty Box Trilogy Book 3
 
The
haven city of Beckenshire has been demolished, and most of the rebels
lie beneath the rubble. The few that remain scramble to communicate
with the the outside world, knowing that if they are to stand a
chance in the coming war, they can’t do it alone. In a last ditch
effort to grow their ranks, the remaining rebels systematically
destroy the repeaters which help to propagate the control center
signals. And it’s working: citizens in targeted cities are waking
up in droves. But Ben Voltolini will stop at nothing to quell the
uprising before it has a chance to get off the ground. And he has one
major ace up his sleeve: Kate Brandeis.

 

 

During
Kate’s broadcast to the nation, Voltolini unleashed targeted
brainwave signals against her, causing her to allow both Jackson
MacNamera’s capture, and her own. Now, despite Voltolini’s
exquisite wining and dining, she can’t seem to stop the panic
attacks. Whom can she trust? What is truth? Is there even such a
thing?

 

 

Meanwhile,
imprisoned and hopeless, Jackson realizes the depths of his feelings
for Kate only after he has already lost her. The incredible
self-control upon which he prides himself gets put to the ultimate
test when he meets an unlikely ally who just may turn the tide in the
rebels’ favor—but only if Jackson can put aside his own
bitterness. In this gripping conclusion to The Liberty Box Trilogy,
new and surprising alliances are formed, passions run high, and our
heroes learn what they are really made of. Do they have what it takes
to fight for freedom—even if it means paying the ultimate price?

 

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C.A.
Gray is the author of three YA Amazon bestselling trilogies:
PIERCING THE VEIL (magic and quantum physics meet Arthurian legends),
THE LIBERTY BOX (dystopian metaphysics and mind control technology),
and UNCANNY VALLEY (dystopian coming-of-age with neuroscience and
super intelligent A.I). She starts with some scientific concept that
she’s interested in learning more about herself, and then creates
lots of epic chaos and high-stakes action to go along with it. Her
stories are free of gratuitous violence, language, and sexual
content, and she abhors depressing endings… but they’re not all
kittens and rainbows either! She also listens to and reviews
audiobooks on her website, here on Goodreads, on Instagram, and on
her podcast, Clean Audiobook Reviews, where she also
occasionally interviews other authors.

 

 

By
day, C.A. Gray practices naturopathic medicine, podcasts, and writes
medical non-fiction under her maiden name (Dr. Lauren Deville). She
lives in Tucson, AZ with her husband Frank, and together they
maintain an occasionally contentious film review blog (under her real
name: Lauren Baden. Three names. Yes.) She’s kind of the queen of
multitasking—so in her spare time, she creates whatever meals or
crafts she found most recently on Pinterest, drinks lots of coffee
(Aeropress btw) and occasional wine (reds—and she saves the corks
for craft projects), works out (while listening to audiobooks), and
studies the Bible—about half of the podcasts on Christian Natural
Health are scripture meditations.

 

 

She
does sleep, too. Promise.

 

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Hill of Great Darkness is inspired by The Da Vinci Code…

Wednesday, April 1st, 2015

The book  Hill of Great Darkness by H. C. Beckerr was actually inspired by, are you ready for this? The Da Vinci Code. Yup, you read that correctly…The Da Vinci Code.

So, Henry…Where were you born?

In the steel mill community of Granite City, Illinois which is just across the river from St. Louis Missouri in the heartland of the greatest nation the world has ever known.

Um…I had nothing to do with the ‘greatest nation’ part. That is because of the greatest military that the world has ever known protecting us all, allowing us all to become whatever our desire may be. And my desire from grade school on was to become a writer. Well…not really to become a writer. Just to be able to write.

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Even as a small kiddo, I was writing short stories in school and selling them for the two or three cents that it cost to get an extra chocolate milk at lunch time.

Kinda dating myself here, huh?

 

LOL… Who has made the greatest difference for you as a writer? (more…)

U Turn, God Turns a inspiring book

Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

U TURN, GOD TURNS by Michael Vincent Robinson a review forReadersFavorite.com

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This is the spiritual awakening of the author and not only his rebirth unto the things of God, but the acknowledge of God’s hand through out his life. It is a great journey where we are exposed to the choices, good and bad made by the author on his way to the light and God. This book is an inspiration to help us understand our value in God’s eyes and to help us to change and become what God has for us in faith and love. (more…)

The Santa Claus League…an interview

Thursday, December 19th, 2013

Stephen, when did you first know you wanted to be an author?

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When I was in second grade I wrote a short story my teacher really loved. The handwriting was terrible, the spelling awful, but the creativity was off the charts for a child that age. My teacher encouraged me to keep writing. Over the years I continued honing my creativity and have come to where I am today, although my handwriting is still terrible and my spelling only slightly improved. Thank goodness for spell check.

Amen to that…What makes you passionate about writing?

I am passionate about the beauty of this world and the people that live in it. Writing is just a way for me to express my feeling about what is happening around me. Some things going on in the world make me happy and some things make me angry. I write about the ideas I care about most at the time. My motto is to write about the things I care about the most in my life. I ask myself, If I died today, what would I want my children and friends to read about me that I care about the most? This is my guiding principle.

Nicely put…What was the pathway like for you to get your first book published? (more…)

The Star Prophecy by Joan Sowards (Blog tour)

Friday, January 21st, 2011

What can you expect when you have a young man named Enoch who lives in a city called Zarahemla and has a dream of crossing the world to see the Messiah in person?

I would have to say that you get (more…)

Mercy Rising for Readersfavorite.com

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

The Christian way is to see other human beings as we see ourselves. This is a well-written book that inspires to do a bit more even when you think you have nothing to give. It is full of ideas and resources to help you be more generous with your blessings (more…)