Mind Control Empire (Paperback)
Greenpoint Press, 9780996691208, 350pp.
Publication Date: October 15, 2016
After the American financial Collapse and the Great Rebuilding, Dr. Donald Isaacson finds himself second-in-command of the Mental Stewardship (Mind Control) section in the sovereign Intelligence Community of the territorially-redefined continent. When faced with the sudden murder of ten senior stewards at an isolated mountain cabin, Isaacson must use his wits and an array of current and covert technologies to hunt down the perpetrator--all while protecting the integrity of his own mind in a world that seeks to control it.
"Mind Control Empire is a fiction book disclosing many nonfiction methods that have been deployed in the past, and no doubt continue to be used by certain clandestine groups, for the purpose of brainwashing and mind control. As with all good science fiction, some of the tactics you will learn about in this adventurous read lead the way to what will most
certainly be realized somewhere someday "
-- Eldon Taylor, PhD, FAPA, New York Times best-selling author of Choices and Illusions and Mind Programming
"Andrew Garvey has written a contemplative adventure of a once-ruined world rebuilt to quell unrest by reformatting the human mind. Often backed by recent advancements in
the brain and psychological sciences, this novel uniquely expresses the struggle of mankind to be responsible in the wielding of great power."
-- Charles Salzberg, author of Devil in the Hole and Swann's Lake of Despair
"Mind Control Empire paints a Philip K. Dick-style future that will fall upon us sooner rather than later. Andy Garvey has absorbed the lessons of writers past while keeping an eye on technological developments emerging from the U.S. government's black budget and how our policy makers use them for the 'good' of society."
-- Glen Sharp, co-author of Black Horizons: One Aviator's Experience in the Post-Tuskegee Era
Andrew Garvey currently lives and hikesin Colorado with his wiener dog, Winthrop. He has published in the online literary journal ducts.org, the Mensa Bulletin, the Twin Cities Pioneer Press, and other publications. The former owner of a news website, Garvey has steeped himself in the study of geopolitical power for fifteen years and has written of its effects on the psychology of nations.