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The Orchestrator

J. R. Thomas

Publisher: J. R. Thomas

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The world is a place ready for change. That is what Emily a normal school girl, Tom the company man, Timothy a man of Faith, Jamal the blue collar everyman, William the militant believer, and Tiara the hopeful naive girl have learned. The world is a place of corruption and loss. The Orchestrator will give them and many more the tools needed to bring their message to the people. They will bring a city to its knees. The streets will be full of anarchy, destruction, and carnage. Black boxes the tool and symbol of participants the spark of Revolution.

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