Some words reviewers used to describe The Rise and Fall of Antocracy:
adorable, amazing, beautiful, captivating, clever, compassionate, compelling, comprehensive, creative, delightful, elegant, engaging, engrossing, entertaining, enthralling, excellent, exhilarating, fascinating, fresh, fun, a great story, highly recommended, impressive, intriguing, manifest literary entertainment, outstanding, a real treat, refreshing, richly imagined, rhythmic, riveting, smooth-paced, strong, weird, whimsical and wonderful.
With these adjectives, as well as statements such as: "takes speculative fiction to a new level", and "a story reminiscent of Animal Farm yet with a modern twist", you need to buy this book.
Imagine cyborg insectoids a thousand times larger than Earth insects that live much longer and become highly intelligent.
But what happens when they create a centralized government that rules their planet and their antocracy (democracy with ants in charge) weakens?
Anthiery and his mate Antianna fight to uphold diversity in their insectoid world and against wars brought on by a corrupt ruler Antilla.
But when the antocracy fails, the ruthless autocrat Antilla does not tolerate descent. His draconian rule crushes all opposition and pushes the planet to the brink of ruin.
Anthiery, Antianna, and their friends must fight or flee, and the planet's survival is at stake.
An allegory for modern times, where failing democracies place our planet in peril.
When a tale about the joy of discovery is eclipsed by greed, deception, and unbridled power.
What becomes of their beautiful planet?
Find out now!