Freedom Incorporated

Church Publishing
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 Freedom has become a labor camp.  Cameras, cyber surveillance, and clandestine security contain truth as free-citizens engineer systems to restrict children inside a police state.  Set in 2042, society’s day-wardens fight those managing the Corporation at night while super-wardens expand their government.

Prisoner Noodle Church doesn't mind working in Freedom Incorporated.  Yet refusal to call it freedom lands Noodle in Freedom Inc.’s medium-security ward where day-wardens pressure him to reveal work at night.  And when Noodle exercises his right to remain silent, because living in Freedom is easier that way, super-wardens take the hero for interrogation.

A beacon of freedom in day and night wardens’ bi-polar war for power, Noodle is moved to high-security but before getting locked-up in a super-max facility wardens offer a deal.  Noodle can work in Freedom’s low-security ward if he pleads insanity then testifies clandestine security caught pursuing were a figment of his imagination.

Noodle refuses to call this freedom!  Night-shift wardens try murdering him then day-shift wardens place Noodle in solitary confinement.  From here his character writes the prisoners of Freedom Incorporated, asking for freedom to lead without bombs, bullets, powders, or policemen.

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Cosmo Starlight, humanist and naturalist, began writing after conceiving Church, The Television Show. That original web series depicts Noodle Church leading up to the character’s incarceration and it’s currently available free using any HTML reading device. Starlight’s debut novel Freedom Incorporated contrasts freedom versus power. The author’s lens is dichotomy of positive and negative; in all themes of Starlight’s work that is applied to include economics, political organization, metaphysics, and alternate history. This author’s subjects are governments, markets, community networks, the people and more.

Starlight’s sequel narrative to Freedom Incorporated, bearing its name, Freedom Afrika is titled after that continent renowned for freedom and adventure plus their associated dangers. Novel Freedom Afrika follows protagonist Noodle Church after his escape from Freedom Incorporated, prison.

Author Cosmo Starlight strongly believes societies united in opposition to weaponized conflict shine as beacons of freedom that lead Earth and suggests forging mechanisms preserving justice advance discord into the bedrock those are built upon. He resides in remote terrain but pops up once per year to publish. When idle, Starlight relates basic human values to signifying cultures which predate centuries of Western history. This author’s objective is to discover universal truth. He hopes that truth will unite the world as one.

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Publisher
Church Publishing
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Published on
Mar 27, 2015
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Pages
150
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ISBN
9781301329083
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Language
English
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Fiction / Literary
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