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The Red Book is not the feel-good future of flying cars and robots, rather it is the stark reality of warfare, greed ignorance and bigotry. The Red Book was first published in 2004, with a print run of about 1,000 copies. These have all been sold, copies can still be found on Ebay. The book has created a cult status with its Orwell inspired future, where people become slaves to their emotions and fears. Quite a violent and disturbing novel, which creates discussion from both sides of the political divide. This is a very complex and uncomfortable story.

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