Sixteen Plus by Romeo Caicedo

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When a strange man comes knocking at the door of Court Printing on the eve of the fourth of July, Romeo "Leo" Caicedo will learn that printing is about more than just duplicating words on the page. As the US celebrates 199 years of independence, ghosts of World War II come to rest at his doorstep, andhe is forced to make a decision that could put his life's work in jeopardy. Weaving through Poland, Russia, England, and United States, and spanning nearly four decades, Sixteen Plus stands as a testament to the power of silent protest in challenging injustice. Come along on a suspense-filled journey as Leo and the Romanoffs take control of their own destinies.

Romeo "Leo" Caicedo is living the American Dream. Since his arrival in the United States from Quito, Ecuador, has been a model citizen, joining the army, raising a family, and making a name for himself as a writer and businessman.

His hope is for a unification of all the flags of the world. Court Printing would become the cathedral of something beautiful. Language, origin, the language. For a moment in time, they managed to blur the boundaries, until neither language, religious, origin did not matter.

 

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Published November 23, 2010 by Trafford Publishing. 152 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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