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Popular Book Predicts a Trumpian-like Dystopia

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“Have you noticed any insects behaving strangely? Avoiding you perhaps?”

From its intriguing first line to its thrilling finish, The Xactilias Project keeps readers captivated with a spellbinding plot and roller-coaster story.

But, what has readers and critics talking is the book’s Trumpian-like dystopia, where truths are uncertain and power is king.

“In my opinion, it’s the best book of the year without a doubt,” says Ronald J. Bushwell of the HBC Literary Review. “It’s also a timely story, which serves as a warning of how things could be if we continue to leave power unchecked.”

The Candid Book Review’s Sarah McDaniels agrees, calling The Xactilias Project fresh and inspired.

“This book is special for a lot of reasons. It’s entertaining as hell. It’s really well written, and it sticks with you long after you’ve finished reading.” McDaniels says. “It also contains some eerily relevant content that will make the hairs on your neck stand up.”

Set in what appear to be modern times, The Xactilias Project focuses on Claire Foley, a quiet genius that has no idea she is being watched. The watchers? A shadowy organization with mysterious motives and unlimited influence.

Teased with the prospect of vague opportunities, Claire is forced to consider a nebulous offer. After some truly terrifying encounters, however, it becomes disturbingly clear that the people behind the organization are not asking, but demanding.

Soon, Claire is thrust into a bizarre environment, where geniuses become slaves, and strange figures make unsettling plans for the people of the world. Confronted by danger, a deepening mystery, and one shocking revelation after another, she must find a way to escape the inescapable, before they hijack her gifts to do something unimaginable.

The Xactilias Project is a definite must-read,” says Bushwell. “Without giving away too much, it’s safe to say this book paints a troubling picture of what might be if we don’t start questioning the leadership in this country.”