Kurt B. Ellis

Science Fiction and Contemporary Fiction Author

Chief Protagonists – “New Pangaea – Utopia of Revenge: A Rigid Dystopian Society in a Post-Apocalyptic World”

Chief protagonists?

Have you ever wondered who the chief protagonist of a book is?

Did you ever think an author would deliberately attempt not to make it so obvious?

Today, I am discussing the main protagonists of my recently published book.

Stay tuned and let me share with you some critical insights.

about kurt and his latest book

Hi, this is Kurt B. Ellis, and I am an author who self-publishes with Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing.

I have recently published “New Pangaea – Utopia of Revenge: A Rigid Dystopian Society in a Post-Apocalyptic World.”

This is the first book in the series, “Earth, Altered Existence.”

This book is available on Amazon as a Kindle and a paperback.

Who are the chief protagonists of my book?

There are two chief protagonists in my book. Sure, there are lesser characters, but these two set up the foundations of the new society, and one protagonist is ultimately controlled by the other.

Cara is one of the key protagonists. She was strong-willed, intelligent, and a highly successful and respected medical professional in the previous world.

Cara was also quite beautiful. She had lived through a world of sexism, misogyny, and racism. Yet unfortunately, her beauty made her vulnerable.

During the post-apocalyptic doom, Cara suffered tremendously at the hands of her male captors. However, after overcoming brief thoughts of suicide, she managed to survive and became even more vital to the surviving women.

Great Mother is the other key protagonist. As the overarching omnipotent power over Earth, she is “God-like” and controls everything.

Enraged by how men have treated women over the last millenniums, she flipped the structure of the new society, similar to how she flipped the new Earth.

After settling old scores, Great Mother got her revenge, and women became responsible for every aspect of society and life. In contrast, the men became dispensable pawns.

Great Mother uses Cara as her vessel to set up this rigid dystopian society. Great Mother controls Cara’s thoughts and words and uses Cara to seek revenge on men.

But, does Great Mother go too far? Or does she not go far enough? And perhaps, do you see any ironic parallels to today’s societal events?

my challenge to you

I challenge you to give my book a try, think about my questions, and then visit my website to get back to me with your thoughts.

I hope you’ll take the time to read my book, have a pleasant reading experience, and share an honest review afterward with Amazon.

These reviews are critical and help my book get noticed by more readers like you.

And don’t forget to get back to me with your thoughts about Cara and Great Mother.

So, explore my new post-apocalyptic world, and escape into my dystopian fantasy.

Click on the links below and give my books a try.

Thank you for your time and have a wonderful day.


Website*       https://kurt-b-ellis.com

Kindle*          https://amzn.to/3Acqk2O

Paperback*  https://amzn.to/3NsN4OZ

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