The Last Bling King by Mike Hockney

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Greg Raslow is disappointed with life. He's envious of the rich and famous and thinks his life is meaningless. But, from nowhere, a mysterious organisation with no identifiable leaders emerges to stand up for ordinary people. The League for the Liberation of Nobodies wear uniforms made from old newspapers: an ironic reference to the fact that there are never any stories about them. They're invisible in the eyes of the media, to whom only celebrities count. Greg joins the League and finds himself in the midst of a mind-boggling revolution. Soon, the super rich and celebrities are on the run, desperately trying to protect their privileged lives as they find that ordinary people have finally turned against them. But an unexpected discovery makes Greg realise that there's something suspicious about the League. When he starts investigating, he uncovers the most audacious plot in history. Only one man can stop it. Greg's about to meet him and undergo the ultimate life changing experience.

This is a work of coded fiction by the ancient Pythagorean Order of the Illuminati.

About Mike Hockney

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Mike Hockney" is the pseudonym of a ghostwriter engaged by the Illuminati to reveal, in coded fictional form, various esoteric mysteries with which they are concerned.
Published March 2, 2010 by Hyperreality Books. 210 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Non-fiction

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