"There is a veneer to this world we live in. A kind of covering, like a mask. If you start to peel back the layers, you will see things that you may not want to see . . ."
In the future there is no war, no famine and no poverty. In the future the zombies didn't come. The apocalypse didn't happen and no virus wiped-out humanity.
In the future the world is good. All levels of government are gone, overthrown and replaced by eight corporations collectively known as Octagon. In their hands they control all facets of society for the benefit of everyone.
There is order, minimal crime and a content, well-fed society. Or so it seems . . .
But if everything is so good, so perfect, then why does Jon Kobe, a First Year law enforcement graduate feel that something is not quite right with the world he lives in?
When the tortured body of a young girl is discovered in an alleyway, branded with a symbol meaning Hell, Kobe begins to see the frayed-edge of his world and the horrors that lie beneath. Below the surface of this idyllic society, awaits the sadistic truth where human lives are just fodder for the entertainment of the privileged few. For Kobe to survive, he must find the courage to abandon everything that he believes in and become something that he is not.
Octagon is an electrifying glimpse into the future, a page-turning sci-fi thriller and a brutal exploration of true human nature.
Every future has a price. But are you willing to pay that price?