Imagine the near future where increased collectivism has led to full on globalism, specifically global governance, of which feeds the ever hungry pharmaceutical companies, who were originally in place to provide honest and reliable health care.
A thriller full of intrigue set in two very contrasting time periods, where certain people are forced to make difficult choices.
Perceive the lives of people during the turbulent eighteenth century Scotland, where a family man is given an unique opportunity. Will his conscience allow him to make sacrifices that will ensure future prosperity for Scotland and his family?
Another part of the story takes place in the near future where the world has been brought together into an ultra organised collective system, including health organisations. Follow a medical school graduate on his journey of discovery, dismay and hope.
The readers are left to ask: How much power is too much power? Who can we trust around us? And is there enough being done to prevent the threat from becoming a reality?
As an adult he became intrigued with ethics and sociology. Infused with enthusiasm for classical satire, such as Samuel Butler and Jonathan Swift, he has numerous ideas for stories to be told as eye openers about current issues, such as the effect of globalism on healthcare and proposed systems in China for social points to be awarded to 'good' citizens. He wants to explore ethical conflicts and to warn of the dangers before they turn into a reality.