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Subjected: the Predicate

Authored by G. F. Smith

The Sequel:

Subjected: the Predicate

~ Why Does God Keep His Children in a Box?

Dr. Daniel J. Sayer has just learned that his life is essentially over, yet at the same time is reluctantly ushered into the heart of a terrorist crisis, with the lives of thousands of children in the proverbial balance.


At the turn of the 22nd century, thousands of children at the World Children’s Orphanage, U.S. compound are taken hostage by militant Eco-political terrorists. One child will die horrifically each hour. The demands: “Permanently disable the world’s fossil fuel refineries, and power plants…one plant for one child’s life, non-negotiable.”

Daniel J. Sayer, PhD, author, lecturer, advisor to world leaders, reluctantly finds himself mired in the crisis, pairing his own unique abilities, with the staff of the WCO, the Military, and the courageous sacrifices of the children, in their desperate efforts to combat the mysterious and ruthless terrorist group, the QUALM, and their world-televised Illustrations of Death.

Along the way, Dr. Sayer begins to realize that he is being steered through a twisted plot of metaphysical proportions, fighting not only over the fate of the children, and for the future of the Earth, but for his own beleaguered soul.

Thematic content and style of G. F. Smith’s writing is a contemporary cross between the Twilight Zone®, and the X-Files®, with respectable portions of self-effacing humor and abstract curiosity carefully weaved in for balanced measure.

The Subjected Series was written to be read in any order.

Other books in this Series:

The Prequel:

Subjected: Eye of God


Subjected: Parallax

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Publication Date:
0983361282 / 9780983361282
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5" x 8"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Science Fiction / Time Travel

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