Dystopia on sale for 99 cents July 21 until July 25

Posted: July 17, 2014 by Ed Griffin in Uncategorized

Dystopia on sale for 99 cents July 21 until July 25


Dystopia is a society of human misery, squalor, disease, terror and overcrowding. It is the opposite of Utopia. This is a book about going to prison. Mike Oulton went to prison for trying to smuggle fifteen kilos of cocaine into the United States. Ed Griffin went to prison to cause a revolution. He wanted men to write their stories and when the public discovered the horror of prison, the walls would come tumbling down. Mike counts the years and the days until he can get back on the street; Ed numbers the converts to his revolution. One day they meet in a classroom and neither is the same again….

5 out of 5 stars
By Normajean Taylor
This story really made me think, about people in prisons and their dignity. This is the kind of book one reads and never forgets as it is history and an honest look into two hearts with a hopeful ending.

5 out of 5 stars
A must read!
By I.M. GreNada
Dystopia is one of the weirdest tales of serendipity you’ll ever read. An ex-Catholic priest who marched with Dr. King in Selma meets a dope-dealing prize fighter doing time in a Canadian prison for a Mexican drug bust. The priest teaches the pugilist to write and the boxer teaches the ex-cleric how to lighten up. A shot for shot page turner.

4 out of 5 stars
Damn Good Read. Hard To Put Down.
By Jon Brown
Two men from very different backgrounds embark on life’s journey through some of the toughest places in North America. Both battle physical and spiritual demons, betrayal and disappointment, and find that they’d been pitted on a collision course with hope and rebirth. They say honest writing makes the best writing. And it doesn’t get more honest than this. Powerful. Moving.

4 out of 5 stars
By joyh
Compelling true story about friendship between an ex-priest & a guy in prison. Over coming life’s obstacles. A gritty inside look into Mexican & Canadian prison system.

  1. Appeciate the recommendation. Leet me try it out.

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