222 is an adventure, an engrossing page-turner about how one man's idea
changed the world.
What if a single idea,
originating from one mind, could change the
all that it took was one person, the right person,
awakening to the realization of a new dream?
Could it be you?
…Would you recognize it - if it happened to you?
222 is an exciting adventure story about how one man's scribbling in a
notepad leads to a revolution, a revolution where people all
the world suddenly discover that the path to enlightenment
as difficult as they thought.
It goes beyond
philosophies that claim freedom and peace of mind can only be
obtained when you do not react to fear or greed; your energy is instead
spent creating a powerful alternate reality in which you can
happy and thrive.
If you like adventure,
intrigue, FBI hunts
innocent poor loner while the world goes nuts over his ideas (and a
damn good yarn about how we might make a real change), this is for you.
available - 424 page paperback at Amazon.com (see link at left).
Or, get the ebook online (link below).
the links on the left to read the Author's bio, Book Forward, Book
Excerpt, buy your paperback copy at Amazon, or buy the ebook (pdf).
in a narrative style, Revolution 222 unfolds neatly, with
well-developed characters and vivid imagery into a real page-turner. In
fact, it was published pro-bono by a Santa Fe publisher simply because
of its powerful message. And that message is made crystal clear by its
author Robert Fenstermaker, whose character is somehow intertwined with
the book's main player Bob Windowmaker.
222 is probably one of the most relevant books written, and considering
written over the course of some years, one wonders how the author knew
would be relevant today.
Issues such as individual responsibility,
sovereignty, freedom, big government, anarchy, revolution, love,
respect, money, God, justice and peace cascade in a beautiful story
about the main character Bob's quest to find happiness.
lucid style and robust character development will no doubt attract
those of us who love a good story and who are already on the same path
to enlightenment, or know there's another path but just haven't found
Difficult concepts take on an easy big-picture meaning as
Fenstermaker weaves his tale of Bob's enlightenment and how it affected
everyone around him, and in fact the entire world.
the story are some very powerful messages; almost a call to action,
speaking to each of us to wake up from our current nightmare and dream
a new dream, one that puts people above money and politics. A dream
that takes us to the tipping point of a new way to live and a new
philosophy that includes us all, not just the chosen few.
As (the character) Bob says
in the book:
"The goal is to get into debt, spend, consume on credit,
hooked, now feed the tax machine of the two party system, no two
parties just the JUSTICE party….it ain’t you, it’s just us."
part about freedom (how timely is this?):
"We believe we are a free society, but who controls
the police, those dedicated to serve and protect, to protect us from
ourselves? It seems to be that we all are terrorists, each of us under
it is, but make no doubt about this book; it's for everyone, not just
those who seek another path. Should the events in the book actually
happen, the world would be a very different place indeed. If there is a
book that speaks for and to the 99%, this is it.
Santa Fe, New Mexico