Dhungwana 2117 - The Dhungwana Chronicles (2117-3451) Part 1

By Baibin Nighthawk and Dominick Fencer

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The year is 2117. Dhungwana, the only remaining dry land on the planet Earth, is governed by the Federal Communities. Humanity, organized through a strict social reputation index, lives to the dictum "I belong, ergo sum". Ian and Dayla, the main characters, have a brilliant social life until Dayla accidentally intercepts classified financial data concerning her employer, the BlueGray Corporation, while Ian identifies genetic modifications that have appeared in one of Dhungwana’s main food sources. As a result, their lives and social reputations become complicated and their crystalline everyday life is filled with an obsessive and terrifying sense of déjà vu. The deaths of two distinguished colleagues, hastily dismissed by the authorities, force Ian and Dayla to open their eyes and discover their only allies are the banned of Dhungwana, and their only option is to fight against the reality of a world that is no longer theirs. It is a fight for the survival of the human race.


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The year is 2117. Dhungwana, the only remaining dry land on the planet Earth, is governed by the Federal Communities. Humanity, organized through a strict social reputation index, lives to the dictum "I belong, ergo sum". Ian and Dayla, the main characters, have a brilliant social life until Dayla accidentally intercepts classified financial data concerning her employer, the BlueGray Corporation, while Ian identifies genetic modifications that have appeared in one of Dhungwana’s main food sources. As a result, their lives and social reputations become complicated and their crystalline everyday life is filled with an obsessive and terrifying sense of déjà vu. The deaths of two distinguished colleagues, hastily dismissed by the authorities, force Ian and Dayla to open their eyes and discove...


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Baibin Nighthawk (Pen Name): Baibin holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and a Certificate in Art (Martenot Arts Plastiques, Paris). She is a writer, a freelance business consultant and a member of Art of Ink in America Society. She won several Poetry and international Calligraphy Awards. Dominick Fencer (Pen Name): Dominick holds a bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences and a MBA. He is a writer, a freelance business consultant and a VFR pilot (light-sport aircraft).


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Baibin Nighthawk (Pen Name): Baibin holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and a Certificate in Art (Martenot Arts Plastiques, Paris). She is a writer, a freelance business consultant and a member of Art of Ink in America Society. She won several Poetry and international Calligraphy Awards. Dominick Fencer (Pen Name): Dominick holds a bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences and a MBA. He is a ...


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New Review for Dhungwana 2117

21 June

Reviewed by Marilyn M. McCaskey ★★★★★ - I loved the book 1984 and this story runs along those ... "I found this to be a well-written, interesting, and short read. I loved the book 1984 and this story runs along those lines with a definite twist. Can't wait to read part two!"

New Review for Dhungwana 2117...Guaranteed to please!

10 May

Reviewed by Sterling Gate Books ★★★★★ - Guaranteed to please! Dhungwana 2117 is a unique post-Apocalyptic, science fiction, fantasy novel that left this reader wanting more. It’s also an intriguing mix of genres guaranteed to please. 2117 is the year this tale is set, Dhungwana is the only inhabitable land left on Earth and it is ruled by the all powerful Federal Communities. It’s here that Ian and Dayla are enjoying busy, fulfilling lives – until they learn some home truths: he discovers Dhungwana’s food source has been tampered with while she uncovers sensitive information about the corporation she works for. Throw in the deaths of two colleagues and what follows is a fast-moving account worthy of any thriller. Ian and Dayla are forced to fight for their very survival. In the process, they find some unlikely allies. Recommended reading!


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Reviewed by Sterling Gate Books ★★★★★ - Guaranteed to please! Dhungwana 2117 is a unique post-Apocalyptic, science fiction, fantasy novel that left this reader wanting more. It’s also an intriguing mix of genres guaranteed to please. 2117 is the year this tale is set, Dhungwana is the only inhabitable land left on Earth and it is ruled by the all powerful Federal Communities. It’s here that Ian and Dayla are enjoying busy, fulfilling lives – until they learn some home truths: he discovers Dhungwana’s food source has been tampered with while she uncovers sensitive information about the corporation she works for. Throw in the deaths of two colleagues and what follows is a fast-moving account worthy of any thriller. Ian and Dayla are forced to fight for their very survival. In the pr...


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New science fiction novel ‘Dhungwana 2117 - The Dhungwana Chronicles (2117- 3451) Part 1’

21 April

Authors Baibin Nighthawk and Dominick Fencer take readers on a roller coaster journey in a new world where "I belong, ergo sum" is the dictum of the Federal Communities. With this book, the first in a trilogy, Nighthawk and Fencer draw the reader into the life of Dhungwana, the only remaining dry land on planet Earth, governed by the Federal Communities. Ian and Dayla, the main characters, have a brilliant social life until Dayla accidentally intercepts classified financial data concerning her employer, the BlueGray Corporation, while Ian identifies genetic modifications that have appeared in one of Dhungwana’s main food sources. As a result, their lives and social reputations become complicated and their crystalline everyday life is filled with an obsessive and terrifying sense of déjà vu. The deaths of two distinguished colleagues, hastily dismissed by the authorities, force Ian and Dayla to open their eyes and discover their only allies are the banned of Dhungwana, and their only option is to fight against the reality of a world that is no longer theirs. It is a fight for the survival of the human race.


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Authors Baibin Nighthawk and Dominick Fencer take readers on a roller coaster journey in a new world where "I belong, ergo sum" is the dictum of the Federal Communities. With this book, the first in a trilogy, Nighthawk and Fencer draw the reader into the life of Dhungwana, the only remaining dry land on planet Earth, governed by the Federal Communities. Ian and Dayla, the main characters, have a brilliant social life until Dayla accidentally intercepts classified financial data concerning her employer, the BlueGray Corporation, while Ian identifies genetic modifications that have appeared in one of Dhungwana’s main food sources. As a result, their lives and social reputations become complicated and their crystalline everyday life is filled with an obsessive and terrifying sense of déjà v...


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