The Network by Tyler Kekac

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This book has not been edited by a professional editor, so please forgive the grammatical/spelling errors which you may stumble upon during your reading of this novel. This book is meant to express how in order for the world to be united under one government there not only needs to be a common enemy, but also a war on a massive scale. The beginning of this book reads as a history timeline and sets the basis for the start of this war.
Before reading, please understand that I do not condone war, and fully believe that there is a better way to solve problems; however, I am not close minded enough to not acknowledge how war gives people purpose, and how it drives people above and beyond their limits. War is not met to be glorified in any way, shape, or form but it is met to be an admirable part of human nature among equals and should only be used in a means of defense and protection. War should not be used as a tool to acquire recourses or to secure ones position in a region by using the plight of one country to benefit the other, but this is referred to as politics.
The lives lost in a scale of this magnitude may seem trivial and a waist of fragile life and others will argue that war is a juvenile, crude, basic, and a brutish way to solve any problem, but in reality, it is the quickest way to unite the people. Sometimes it takes a war to end all wars.

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Published May 25, 2011 by Xlibris. 158 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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