I’d read parts of 1984 and saw the movie when I was like 13. At the time, I found it very depressing and almost traumatizing imagining a world like that depicted by Orwell. Thirty some-odd years later, there’s more in 1984 being perpetuated than not. Much more than is comfortable. I found the dramatized audio book on Youtube. There’s still hope, much of 1984 hasn’t taken root in America. The rest of the world, however, seems already squeezed by authoritarian coils. Barbarians are at the gates, read the manual on identifying Big Brother’s modus operandi.
Published by R.T. Breach
Author R.T. Breach began his career in the United States Navy as an Electronics Technician in San Diego, CA. That was just after the end of the Soviet Union and the Cold War. No, he wasn't a SEAL or Special Forces. He is a voracious reader with an active imagination, who was lucky enough to travel around the world a few times at a young age. With the end of his six-year enlistment, Breach moved from California to Georgia, where he dove into the copy machine industry. This occupation naturally brought him into the IT world. After decades of story ruminations and nothing actually typed, Breach finally began the author's journey. A year later, Karl Gruben and Operation Palmetto were born. Today, Breach is happily married and still living in Dallas, GA. The kids have left the nest. Now it's just them and the dogs. And a Ball Python named Quetzalcoatl. Thank you for taking the time to read about the author. Breach is most grateful for his loyal fans and loves to correspond with readers like you. You are welcome to contact him through his website rtbreach.com. View all posts by R.T. Breach