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Phil Tarsus is a dreadful instrument of State justice. He's an Inquisitor, a man who makes a living rooting out and executing those people who have been charged with treason. Guilt or innocence mean little to him - he has quotas to fill after all. Yet when he unwittingly stumbles upon a secret involving someone high up in the new American government, he becomes a target himself. Unfortunately for Phil, there's nowhere to run that the government can't find him.

In the year 2122, in the perfect state of America, the government owns everything...from the shoes you wear, to the apple you eat, to your next door neighbor. The government owns everything and is everything. Under these conditions Phil can trust no one but the man he's slated to murder next.

©2013 Peter Meredith (P)2015 Peter Meredith

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A MUST READ!!!

Warning, the contents of this book are addictive, you find yourself restless, unproductive and flat out unresponsive. If you experience loss of social skills, family life and or sleep deprivation; buy another novel by Peter. This story immersive, complex and masterly crafted. It poses the question, what if we continue down this path we've started. What if opportunity gave way to "equal opportunity". If faith gave way to "facts". The depth and evolution of the character keeps you wanting more. As you explore the perfect America, you can find yourself introspecting and really learning about yourself as well as the world you live in.

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Can't go wrong with Peter Meredith

Loved it! Peter Meredith delivers an entrancing story. The characters are well developed and the scenario presented is believable. You can't go wrong with this book.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Good book but way to much bible talk!

Would you try another book from Peter Meredith and/or John Eastman?

Yes

Would you recommend A Perfect America to your friends? Why or why not?

No. Interesting story but it contains to much bible talk. I almost gave up on the book.

What aspect of John Eastman’s performance would you have changed?

Nothing

Did A Perfect America inspire you to do anything?

No

Any additional comments?

A pretty good book but for me it was ruined by too much talk about God and Jesus. So I would not recommend this book to anybody who does not like to be preached to about Jesus and God.

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Immaculate from beginning to end.

In a country that is forever changing; the story brings light to a lot of gray areas in politics that a lot of people will never see. If this helps one person , then he's already done his job. After reading this amazing book I will recommend it to all of my friends and family. Peter Meredith amazes me again, having not read any of his books outside of the zombie genre, it truly shows how brilliant this man's mind is. Suspenseful from beginning to end!

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Religious drivel

This book came up as a recommendation by audible based on my previous reads. I have never purchased a religious book previously Not worth it. Religious book trying to hide in scifi. Description had no mention of it either. Not impressed. Wasted my money

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  • Steven
  • 08-10-16

enjoyed it. too religious.

thoroughly enjoyed it. if I'd known how much focus there was going to be on religion I may not have read it.