We, The Watched
by Adam Bender
Publisher: wethewatched.com 2008
Number of pages: 222
A 20-something man wakes up without memory and finds himself in a nation that administers a Watched List of its own citizens. He meets people who accept invasive surveillance by the government and forced uniformity by the church as necessary safeguards for protecting the homeland. The amnesiac learns quickly that opposition is heresy--and punishable by death.
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