Fine condition.1st Books Library,2005.Paperback(small nick and scratch on the cover) in fine condition.The book is new with a small pencil mark impression on the edge of the first blank page of the book,crease and small nick on the edges of the pages.283pp.A collectable book. This is another paragraph Product Description: Episode two - DESTROYING WORLDS. We all want to be free, true or false?Obviously it is true. Or is it? What if the price of freedom is too great?'The price of liberty is eternal vigilance.'But can we all be vigilant eternally?Easier if someone else is vigilant for you?Even if the price is loss of liberty?Are you able to be eternally vigilant?Are you able to look out for yourself?What if you are not?What if you are, but others are not?What if they think they are, but you know they are not?Would you let them suffer in freedom?Would you take away their freedom for their own safety?What would you do?Who would you be?Would you be Rudi Kingston, and prefer freedom to safety?Would you be Lady Ivana, and prefer safety to freedom?Would you be Scylla Daer, and believe in forcing the weak to be free?Would you be Lord Balari, and believe in protecting the weak from freedom?Would you be Jorel Kable, and fail to see the conflict?Would you be Wispy, and become the conflict?Who would you be?What would you do?Read DESTROYING WORLDS, second episode of the ENEMIES OF SOCIETY series by John David, and decide.Would you be an Enemy of Society? n nAbout the Author nCompared to the life of John David, the Diary of a Nobody is an action-packed epic adventure story.John David has no claim to fame, success, popularity, or glamour. He has just lived the most ordinary of lives. But he has watched, he has observed, he has thought, and he has imagined.The imagination of man can explore far in advance of his body. The imagination of man can always find a different way to look at reality, a different way to understand reality, a different way to deal with reality.We can all find an alternative universe inside our own imaginations. John David has now put his in novel form, a form that permits others to enter.