Men of Color, Fone-Stories #1

Men of Color Fone Stories In the year the world is broke and broken There are no courts or lawyers or investigationsOnly Men of Color And in someone always pays

  • Title: Men of Color, Fone-Stories #1
  • Author: Mike Kearby
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In the year 2031, the world is broke and broken There are no courts, or lawyers, or investigationsOnly Men of Color And in 2031, someone always pays.

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    About " Mike Kearby "

  • Mike Kearby

    Mike Kearby born 1952 is an American novelist 1 and inventor 2 Since 2005, Kearby has published ten novels, one graphic novel, and written two screenplays 2011 Boston Nightly, with fellow writer Paul Bright and 2012 The DevouringKearby was born in Mineral Wells, Texas, 3 and received a B.S from North Texas State University now the University of North Texas in 1972 He worked in the irrigation industry for 20 years where he ob tained patents 5,762,270, 5,992,760, 6,478,237, 6,155,493, 6,209,801 He taught high school English and reading for 10 years and created The Collaborative Novella Project 4 The project allows future authors to go through the novel writing process from idea to published work Kearby began novel writing in 2005 and has completed ten novels, one graphic novel, and written the afterword to the TCU Press 2010 release of western novelist s, Elmer Kelton, The Far Away Canyon 5 Ambush at Mustang Canyon was a finalist for the 2008 Spur Awards 6 A Hundred Miles to Water was awarded the 2011 Will Rogers Medallion Award for Best Adult Fiction Texas Tales Illustrated The Revolution was awarded the 2012 Will Rogers Medallion Award for Best YA Non Fiction.Western Novels The Road to a Hanging 2006 Ride the Desperate Trail 2007 Ambush at Mustang Canyon 2007 , 2008 Spur Award Finalist The Last Renegade 2009 The Taken 2010 A Hundred Miles to Water 2010 , 2011 Will Rogers Medallion Award for Best Adult Fiction 8 Dead Man s Saddle 2011 Science Fiction The 13th Baktun 2008 Horror The Resonance 2011 The Devouring Kavachi s Rise 2012 Graphic Novel Texas Tale Illustrated April, 2011 , illustrations by Mack White 9 Afterward The Far Canyon 2010 , Kearby wrote the Afterword for the Elmer Kelton TCU Press reprint


  • The following review is my opinion and not a paid review. I was given a free copy of the book from the author for my honest opinion.DeOtis Williams lives in a world that has gone broke in the year 2031 and because the world has gone broke they have done away with the judicial system. They have created a new system called District Evidentiary Panel. With this new system there are no more courts or police officers for there is no need for them anymore. All they need to convict anyone of a crime ar [...]

  • In a haunting tale that has many correlations to the society of today, Kearby has crafted a society that has overridden the rules of habeas corpus and the judicial system in favor of the District Evidentiary Panel. With a simple rule of three, people are judged without trial, and dyed with a color that relates to the crime they are believed to have committed. With his trademark descriptive language, often blunt, matter of fact phrasing, and talent for maintaining a level of tension this was a sh [...]

  • Loved This! Short, almost more like a poem, but not quite. The little quirky story is beautifully constructed with no waste, no mess. I was moved at a visceral level; I think because it felt so frightfully real. Imagine this, a broken country; strict rules; extenuating circumstances irrelevant; a good man coincidently in the wrong place. Thought-provoking, terrifying – an inexpensive solution to crime that makes perfect sense, seems fair and righteous on the surface, but, as we learn from one [...]

  • Men of Color is a short story very different from anything I have ever read. The story describes a society in the future where the entire justice system has been abandoned in favor of a prescribed vigilante type of system. Offenses carry a sentence of color (changing the person's color) and each color carries a certain sentence of time before the coloring disappears. But what does the future hold for a man of color? Very interesting short story and not at all what I was expecting. Very well writ [...]

  • Mike pens "Men of Color", a short haunting story that grabs you right away and doesn't let go. A totally different outlook on what our world could be in the future that just makes you stop and think. Mike has a way of writing that is very smooth and creative that just hooks you in. Very well written and highly recommended for all readers.This review is based on a complimentary copy from the author which was provided for an honest review.

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