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a novel by David Armstrong

Think about your behaviors, you don’t know who is watching.

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We live in a brainwashed world, one filled with daily conspiracies, a dystopian prison-like society, where everyone can know who you are and what you are doing. Think about your behaviors, you don't know who is watching.

John Johnson is exposing the passive evil behaviors of humans, bringing justice to those that would never have been caught. He has millions of followers who are anxiously waiting for his next target. His vigilante actions are justified, he has the proof, his computer network has been watching all of us for the last seven years. It is out of control. John seeks the help of Dr. Marcus Young who is not who he thinks he is. In reality, he is an extricated Nazi doctor, carrying out, without his consent, a covert CIA operation inside the United States for the last sixty-five years. The American public is the ignorant and arrogant participants. The decades-long CIA operation is manipulating who we are and controlling what we become. John is looking to expose the truth behind this conspiracy. Once you know the truth, you too will learn to 'Fear The Panopticon'.

The CIA is manipulating who we are and controlling what we become. Think about your behaviors, you don’t know who is watching.


John Johnson

John is different. He can do what others can't. He does what others won't. He tries to make the world a better place, but instead of getting burned out, he finds a way. It works. He keeps to himself. He quickly realizes he needs help. He finds it in another person who also keeps to himself.

Dr. Marcus Young

Dr. Young is 100 years old. His history is known by no one alive but himself. His past is one he lived as a different person, at a different time. He made contributions to the human race for which he'll never receive credit. He doesn't want it. Now he finds himself with a need to help others. His timing is perfect.

Frank Garcia

Frank has been a police officer for 25 years, the Deputy Chief on the U.S. Capitol Police the last five. Frank is given evidence to a murder before the crime was reported. He discovered what he didn't know was possible. His training told him he should stop it, his conscience compelled him to help keep it going.

Joyce Davenport

Joyce sees dead people. She works in the morgue, handling cases that are a mystery to most. She has been a part of more than 7,000+ crime scenes. She can see what others can't. The puzzle is often solved by seeing what others don't, hearing what others can't, even if it takes her years. Frank trusts her.

Szymon Kaliszki

Szymon was at Harvard doing critical work in the study of human behavior. He went home to Poland and wasn't heard from for twelve years. When he surfaced, he spoke, consequences were paid, some in death, some went into hiding. He disappeared again, he would resurface in the most unlikely place.

Eleanor Babbick

Eleanor joined the CIA to make a difference. It was the late '50's and she was one of the only women. She was assigned a duty nobody wanted, it turned into a life of secrets and ultimately she was compelled to leak the one that would change the world.



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David Armstrong is a dad of three kids and a husband to a wonderful wife. He has lived multiple lives in one. Growing up in a small town near Philadelphia, serving in the US Air Force, serving as a combat veteran, then a corporate drone and tech entrepreneur. He is a first-generation American. He has never given up on what should be. He defines himself as a former rebel, now a renegade.

David has a strong sense of justice. He doesn’t really know where it came from, but it has been with him ever since he was a young boy. His earliest memories are of debating with someone about what should be. He would always then, and even now, get the advice or response of, well, that is how it is. He despises this response. He has never given up but has failed more than he has succeeded in his pursuit of justice. He does know, good or bad, he has always been willing to try.


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The world in which we live forces us to choose. We first have to choose right from wrong, then we must choose to act or not. There is a fine line between justice and revenge. You choose, you decide. Be careful.