Paper Airplane Press has published a second edition of BLACK COLLAR, Daniel Sullivan’s literary thriller about the disastrous consequences of ending net neutrality.
BLACK COLLAR: BOOK ONE OF THE UNCOMMON REBELS TRILOGY
The internet was the people’s great equalizer. That’s why the American aristocracy had to take it away.
MIT graduates Hart Galliston and Rockle Farnsworth are two weeks away from unveiling their revolutionary display technology when a deadly chance encounter pits them against Senator Martin Lancaster. Hart and Rockle seek vengeance by pursuing one of Martin’s daughters, the infamous heiress Brielle Lancaster. However, all is not what it seems with Brielle. Soon she and her two siblings join Hart and Rockle on a quest far more dangerous than revenge. Hart and his friends are uncommon rebels: a computer engineer, a programmer, a socialite, a cable news anchor, and a street artist.
About Daniel Sullivan
Sullivan is an IT professional and consumer advocate. He has been passionate about media issues since majoring in mass communication at the University of Missouri, where he also attended law school for three semesters before withdrawing to publish Black Collar. His pastimes include traveling, tennis, and hiding from relatives who want free tech support.
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