Attila Orosz

New Dawn

New Dawn by Attila Orosz
Share Tweet Submit Pin
Tip the Author $3 Suggested Tip
Formats Available Epub 0.8MB
fiction Fiction, Politics
For readers of:Clive Cussler, Robert Ludlum, Tom Clancy, dystopian, action
Connect with the Author Official Website
Contact Author
Print Length246
ISBN978-963-12-8546-8
PublisherThe Unseeing Eye
Publication DateJuly 2017
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

When Jumaane, an African refugee, climbs the concrete wall securing the southern border of the hermetically sealed United States of Europe, his dreams of freedom and safety quickly turn into a living nightmare.

The year is 2058. The world's powers have been stabilised, the citizens of the newly formed super-states are safe, living in peace. But safety is a privilege of the fortunate few. For those, born on the wrong side of The Wall surrounding the United States of Europe, peace must be paid for; and the price is higher than ever before.

When fate brings the two men together, they struggle against time, hostile forces, their own prejudices and each other, towards a conclusion, neither of them would have thought possible."

New Dawn is a protest against the rise of racism, the political exploitation of ignorance and fear, and the glorification of war, wrapped in an action packed, constantly accelerating chase. Told from different points of view, the story shows all sides of an unfolding disaster. There are no pretenses or clichés, the characters confront each other and their own prejudices, while struggling to accept a reality that is widely different from their deepest rooted beliefs.

The story is set in a dystopian near future, which symbolises the ills of contemporary society. From the rise of extreme-right wing populism, through the inaptitude of a liberalism that is not willing to take action or even responsibility, to the oft-unspoken prejudices found in all aspects of everyday life, the story’s world and characters are based on our present time.

About the Author

Attila Orosz was born and raised in Hungary, when the Iron Curtain was still a reality. He has since lived in various countries across Europe, collecting impressions and stories, which still inspire him to write both fiction and non-fiction. His prose is born out of frustration with a broken world, while his non-fiction books and articles are an attempt to mend it.

About NoiseTrade

NoiseTrade is a user-generated platform where fans can trade their email addresses for free music and books. All content is provided by users and does not indicate an endorsement from the Paste editorial staff. Create an artist or author account from a desktop or laptop to upload your own content and connect to new fans today.