Reparations Maze

· Reparations Book 4 · Reparations

About this ebook

Inaugural Week, 2029. The War for Priority has begun! It is a new year. As the political scandals that rocked the nation slowly die down, the president plots a daring new course for her second term.

The diverse ensemble cast strives for control in their daily lives, but events reveal that no one is immune from outside pressures… or their own past. At times comical, literary, and even spiritual, this immersive tale explores the realm where human aspirations and public policy diverge.

From inside prison walls and the performing stage… To church meeting halls and rolling ocean waves… Reparations Maze is the inspired conclusion to this utterly unique future history series. It's packed with big ideas, sharp satire, fascinating characters, and unforgettable moments.

The breadth of author Philip Wyeth’s cultural and historical knowledge, as well as his ability to capture so many authentic voices, will engross readers as the sweeping thematic story builds to a remarkable and rewarding final act.

This is Book Four of the Reparations series. 46,000 words.

About the author

Originally from Northern Virginia, Philip Wyeth has lived in the Los Angeles area for many years. He’s an entrepreneur, musician, film aficionado, hockey fan, and enjoys playing tennis and golf.

Inspired by such unique writers as Heinrich von Kleist, Ambrose Bierce, Joseph Conrad, and Len Deighton, Wyeth's imaginative novels will resonate with fans of Philip K. Dick, Rich Larson, Michel Houellebecq, and Neal Stephenson.

Also a lifelong fan of heavy metal music and its many sub-genres, Wyeth strives to infuse his writing with comparable levels of intensity, independence, and larger-than-life visions.

His website is, and you can follow him across the social media landscape under the following handles:

@PhilipWyeth: Twitter, BitChute, Gab, and Minds.

@PhilipWyethWriter: Instagram and Facebook.

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