Zero Sum Conclusion

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84 Years After 1984

An FBI agent named Edgar Gorman, who has recently lost his soulmate to illness. His life spirals out of control after a computer glitch rewrites his history. Along the way, he meets a young teenage boy named Ketchum, who also finds himself on the wrong side of the law. After being swindled out of his newfound fortune by a beautiful girl, Ketchum enters into “Zero Sum Conclusion.” Edgar’s and Ketchum’s lives collide and, by joining forces, they eventually save each other.

Zero Sum Conclusion is a futuristic, satirical exploration into the political, religious, and social landscapes of today — and what might become of America if we continue on the path we’re currently hurtling down.

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“Thomas Lopinski created a scenario where the government sees everything people do. The demeanor point system seemed unfair, especially after Edgar’s score dropped simply because of losing his wife. Was he not supposed to feel anything at all? The vivid details of the surroundings and well-developed characters made the story come alive. I felt that the laws the population was subjected to demanded blind submission from everyone. I found the seamless transitions between the many characters easy to follow. The unexpected twists had me hoping that the people would open their eyes to what was happening in front of them. The end of the story left an opening for a sequel. Through every scene, it reinforced the overall theme of not trusting what you see in the media. Zero Sum Conclusion is the perfect fit for readers who enjoy stories of sacrifices to reveal the truth.”

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“Thomas Lopinski created a scenario where the government sees everything people do. The demeanor point system seemed unfair, especially after Edgar’s score dropped simply because of losing his wife. Was he not supposed to feel anything at all? The vivid details of the...

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Hello, My latest novel, "Zero Sum Conclusion" is finished and will be released sometime in 2024. Just to get a feel of the literary world's pulse, I entered the manuscript in a contest at Reader's Favorites recently. The reviewer gave me very high marks of 5 out of 5...

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