When freedom is taken for granted and democracy fails, how far would you go to get it back?
'When she first started at the Department, lunch was a novelty. She had not considered herself oppressed by free food she did not have to prepare. Yet, her instinct something was amiss had driven April to the lane and her conviction had been validated. The Lamasery was real.'
The uprising in the City decades before had been suppressed. April, searching for truth, discovers a clandestine network which has kept the memory of democracy alive. Its members biding their time. With Lidia, a revolutionary, and Patrice, a Department insider, April takes a path from which there is no return.
EMMA ADAIR'S 2068 IS GRIPPING AND MOVING SPECULATIVE FICTION, WITH A PROFOUNDLY HUMAN STORY AT ITS HEART.