How are you?
I'm quite good, even if 'im sick as hell.
Today, i'm gonna tell you a bit about a book i wrote, and which i finished writting this summer.
FIRST : it's called Liberty.
I could have called it "Freedom" because it quite does have the same meaning, but Liberty sounds much better.
SECONDLY ; i'm trying to sum up the story of the book
and, i admit it's not something very easy to do.
But i'm gonne try here, so that you can know what it's talking about.
It takes place in a 'thousand years post Third World War'
(which does not even exist yet, and i hope it won't til a long time from now)
so ; as some errors have been made by a useless government, and new one had been created
which one is much more strict with it's people.
They do not have the right to hunt animals, even though they don't even have something to eat but in the biggest city of the country, which is called Harmonia -a luxuary city where people are rich and do not need anything to live quite good.
People of the rest of the country does not have the right to do anything, or almost. They are similar to slaves for the government's eyes.
If people are catch while hunting, or while transgressing the 'very important' laws
they are punished for this in front of the other people of the zone while being filmed so that the entire country can see that you are tortured for something forbidden.
At some points, the people just can't stand it anymore, so there are up-heavels all over the country
and it the government replies with their weapon against the people who don't possessed any weapons of the same 'war-level' than the government's one.
In a particular zone, where there's a very cruel reply of the government, as i can mention as very trash, a girl named Silver Overwhill and her brother and sister, and best (lover) friend, are trying their best to evacuate most of people they can before they could all get killed.
Then, they 'meet' and organisation against the government itself, and they get involved in the movement.
Silver and her family, friends, are fighting against the 'country's power' itself.
THIRDLY ; it may be similar to The Hunger Games series or to the Divergent one,
but it's not the same story in the end.
What do you think about it? Is it quite good?