Dictatorland Free Audiobook Download by Paul Kenyon

Dictatorland is a satirical novel by Paul Kenyon, set in the near future when the United States has become a dictatorship ruled by a military junta.

"Dictatorland" is a brilliant audiobook that has to be listened to in order for the reader to fully understand who this book is about. Mcleod's narration adds excitement and intensity to the story as he makes it difficult for the British to sleep at night.

Dictatorland is a dystopian novel by American author Paul Kenyon, who also wrote the iconic children's book Make Way for Ducklings. The novel follows "Hamilton Mcleod," an executive of one of the world's food conglomerates who leads a global revolution against the tyrannical world government that ran food production and distribution. Hamilton organizes his resistance group in a way that requires them to take over the world's major cities, one city at a time, re-establishing democracy on their return.

The story is set in a dystopian future and centers on the life of protagonist Ben, who is among the few survivors of a nuclear holocaust.

The year is 2027 and America has been a fascist nation for 30 years. The United States has been declared a 'Dictatorland' where the President appoints governors to manage the individual states, who have turned into vast corporations. Security forces work in tandem with corporations to keep the ignorant masses unaware of their true situation. A young man, Brandon Whitmore, has just graduated from college and was promised he would land an internship at Washington D.C. But when he arrives, he's given a job as a barista that pays $3/hour.

"Dictatorland" is a satirical novel by Scottish writer and filmmaker Paul Kenyon. It follows the rise of an unnamed dictator who seizes power in a Western democracy to achieve his goal, which is to turn his country into a dictatorship. In this oppressive society, dissenters are imprisoned or killed off and eventually, the population is convinced that their dictator-turned-leader has achieved utopia for everyone.

Published Date 2020-05-07
Duration 19 hours 20 minutes
Author Paul Kenyon
Narrated Hamilton Mcleod
(3 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category History
Parent Category Africa

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