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Inspired by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's account of a Soviet labor camp revolt in Gulag Archipelago, Volume III, the story of FORTY DAYS AT KAMAS follows political prisoners and security officials at a corrective labor camp in Kamas, Utah, where inmates seize control during the summer of 2024.<br><br>SYNOPSIS:<br>Kamas, Utah. 2024. In the totalitarian dystopia that America has become after the Unionist Party's rise to power, the American West contains vast Restricted Zones dotted with ghost towns, scattered military garrisons and corrective labor camps where the regime disposes of its real and suspected enemies. Kamas is one such camp.<br><br>On a frigid March night, a former businessman from Pittsburgh, Paul Wagner, arrives at a labor camp in Utah's Kamas Valley, a dozen miles east of the deserted resort town of Park City, which prisoners are dismantling as part of a massive recycling project.<br><br>When Wagner arrives, he is unaware that his eleven-year-old daughter, Claire, has set off to Utah to find him after becoming separated from her mother at the Philadelphia Airport. By an odd quirk of fate, Claire has traveled on the same train that carried her father into internal exile.<br><br>Only after Wagner has renounced all hope of survival, cast his lot with anti-regime hard-liners and joined them in an unprecedented and suicidal revolt does he discover that Claire has become a servant in the home of the camp's Deputy Warden. Wagner is torn between his devotion to family and loyalty to his fellow rebels until, on the eve of an armored assault intended to crush the revolt, he faces an agonizing choice between a hero's death and a coward's freedom.<br><br>In FORTY DAYS AT KAMAS, author Preston Fleming offers a stirring portrait of a man determined to survive under the bleakest of conditions and against formidable odds...
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Language English
Publication Date January 8, 2013
Publisher PF Publishing
Contributor(s) Preston Fleming
Binding Kindle Edition
Edition 1
Page Count 359
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  1.  The first book in the Kamas trilogy 17 July, 2014 On
    I had read the second book in the Kamas trilogy (the Star Chamber Brotherhood) before
    Starting this book, so I had an idea of how this ends.
    There is no clear explanation in either book as to how the President-for-Life, his Unionist one Party government or labour camps came into being.

    Paul Wagner is forced to sell his business, and planned to emigrate with his family to England when he is arrested for no valid reason, but is sentenced to five years as a political prisoner.
    his 12yo daughter Claire, is separated from her mother and younger sister when they are taken by security officers at Philadelphia airport, decides her best course is to find which camp her father is in, and wait for him.
    Helen Sigler, a prisoner’s wife who lives outside the prison camp, befriends Claire, and helps her to get a position as a home help to Martha Chambers, the deputy warden’s wife.
    Martha Chambers, the deputy warden’s wife, as she hears her husband and his fellow officers and government officials talk, she begins to realise what is happening in the camp.
    With Solzhenitsyn as guide, Preston Fleming has written of a very real camp in future America.
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