Dylan S. Mellor Releases THE DARK ORDER OF THE ELITE
Author Dylan S. Mellor conveys a great message of empowerment and liberation to readers with his new publication, "The Dark Order of the Elite" (published by Xlibris). This compelling novel depicts a society ravaged by inequality where the oligarchs prey on the weak. Will there be hope for reform?
The story is based upon three main characters viewpoints that reflect their perspective to their current circumstance. They are the Oligarchs, Anarchists and revolutionary. The creator of the revolutionary group is an heir to first treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton. John Alexander Hamilton's primary intention is to help reform and create a revolutionary change of economics and government policy that violates the masses civil rights. Meanwhile, the Anarchists build a separate society in the outer sector where the poor are forced to live under lawless domain of uncertainty. The Oligarchs are the Trilateral corporation board of directors and International banking system. The security department is controlled by the Oligarchy, along with all other governmental departments which basis there laws on the perspective of the "Order Elite".
There is history mixed in with economic, social and political perspectives, giving readers an understanding of how the past has connections with the present and future. "The Dark Order of the Elite" will liberate them.
"The Dark Order of the Elite"
By Dylan S. Mellor
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 832 pages | ISBN 9781499061833
Softcover | 6x9 in | 832 pages | ISBN 9781499061826
E-Book | 832 pages | ISBN 9781499061840
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Dylan S. Mellor was born on March 4, 1970, and grew up in Seattle, Washington. He graduated from Mercer Island High School in 1989 and enlisted in the US Navy for a four-year enlistment. He was stationed on the USS Enterprise aircraft carrier and was given an honorable discharge in 1993. He then pursued work in the maritime industry, worked on fishing vessels as a deckhand processor in Alaskan fisheries for two years. He was then invited to help build a soft drinks distribution business in Salem, Oregon. This was a family business he helped build for over thirteen years. That was what brought him to Oregon, where he currently lives, near Portland. He has found a great new hobby in reading classic literature, such as Plato's Republic, along with history books, such as Howard Zinn's People's History of the United States.
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