Breaking Freedom tells the story of a computer programmer who is arrested and sent to a privately owned prison that is run for profit. Max Carter finds that the prison is nothing he expected… it is run more like a business than a correctional facility. Another startling realization is that the prison’s stratospherically wealthy owner has grandiose ideas for creating a fully controlled society, and that idealistic but unrealistic dream is based on a continual increase of laws.
Breaking Freedom is fantasy mixed with mystery, an engaging tale of corruption and good men fighting against seemingly insurmountable odds. The characters are realistic, and the theme of skewed morals at the highest levels is unnerving. – Pinkie Paranya, Award Winning author of Women of the Northland Trilogy
R. L. George is a philosopher/author. She is a veteran of the U.S. Navy, and has worked in corporate business and in the semiconductor industry, as well as in construction and rare book sales. She has also worked as a musician, a farmer, an auctioneer, an educator, and national book reviewer/contest judge. She has lived in a number of U.S. states, Canada, and Mexico. Her education includes a B.S in Interdisciplinary Studies, an M.A. in Humanities, and an M.A. in Philosophy. She is currently a PhD candidate in Psychology. It has always been George’s belief that general education includes equal amounts of life experience and scholarly pursuits.