Troy GriceTroy Grice has been a fan of dystopian novels and science fiction since his teens. He describes his own writing as “abrasive satire” and “counter-propaganda.” His fiction questions all forms of authority, mocks the establishment, and ridicules the semi-lucid populace that enables it. For Troy, no corrupt institution is beyond reproach. When he’s not working
Indivisible: Come and Take It
“Be not afraid for the terror by night; nor for the arrow that flieth by…”
The nation boils in a cauldron of economic collapse and sectarian violence. Isolated and under siege, the president withdraws into the security of his flying bunker while attempting to implement his Amero Plan to save the union and restore order. Assistant Treasury Secretary Maiden Lane, her loyalty strained by serving two masters, finds herself in peril beyond the government’s zone of control. Jimmy Marzan is separated from his company during a firefight and rescues an orphaned boy on the desolate road leading back to his unit. And Jess Clayton defends her home and young daughter from repossession and armed looters.
They must learn how to fight for survival in a world after money dies.
Indivisible: Come and Take It is the second book in the Indivisible series following Indivisible: With Justice for Some.