Creative Works by Dr. David Walls-Kaufman, DC

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Robot, Archangel

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by David Walls-Kaufman

If you would like to purchase the book, Robot, Archangel, you can purchase it at Amazon.

The story beyond 1984. . . 600 years in the future, the final chapter of humans versus Artificial Intelligence and the Era of Surveillance.

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“Robot, Archangel” takes place 600 years in the future when the roulette wheel of fate has put exactly the wrong people in control of a surveillance state that can read minds. The “Tech” scans nine layers of neurological activity, set to kill for any questioning of authority. In this world far beyond 1984, and Elysium, there is no escape. A society where one cannot hide even in their own thoughts lays the foundations for Caligula-like fatalism. . . . But in this Tech Wonderland free of disease, pain and any problems for the elite, why does Tech show chinks in the armor? Have humans angered Tech by politely asking for a restoration of power-sharing?

             “Robot, Archangel” ping pongs between two characters: the sixty-year old newly-made widow, Indira Wazku, living in the earth-brick slums of a hyper-religious society paralyzed in fear under a cruel “God”. And the thirty-six year old Deputy Chief of Municipal Security, Milton Aras, who questions the morality of elite society as he begins to suspect the competency of the Tech for a reason he must discover. Indira huddles in her coffee shop wondering if her husband will ever return, while the crazy Rabbi Hector begins attempting to inform her of very dangerous ideas―such as that it may not be God that scalds their existence, but men like them! Indira and the rabbi play mental cat and mouse while Aras and his team open dialogue with “Ovid”, a large stone disc that represents Tech for the Great Reunification of the perfect society. This is the ending for all books.

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Purchase the Book “Caesar Americus-One Party Rule”

If you would like to purchase the book, Caesar Americus–One Party Rule, you can purchase it at Amazon.

Love story. Comedy. Political satire. Brooding political thriller. Holistic polemic and anti-pharmaceutical screed. Hearty, well-thought-out challenge of both Left and Right. . . This is actually a funny, sassy, urban love story humorously sketched over Walls-Kaufman’s unique take on political gridlock and how two sides can find mutual resolution in – of all places! – the lessons of Holistic health and how it bathes and nourishes the cells of a body just as they might represent citizens in a society. These lessons the author artfully and convincingly extends into the fields of politics and the common law. And once he opens the box it ain’t as far-fetched as you might think. Walls-Kaufman pulls no punches with our own Twitter-world incivility, and he definitely has a unique view worth taking stock of. His perspective on how to be more civil to one another winds us down some dark and threatening turns as he reminds us what political turmoil has done to us in the past, even as his superlative dialogue and elegant character development lead the reader along the story of a presidential campaign. Walls-Kaufman has a brilliant sense of humor and irony. The reader easily enjoys the great deal of fun he is having at the expense of the current political class.

Purchase the Book “Overmorrow: Stories of Our Bright Future”

If you would like to purchase the book, Overmorrow:Stories of Our Bright Future, that has my story, “Family Buffalo Safari” in it and eleven other awesome sci-fi shorts you can purchase it at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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Please go to my websites for more information about my Chiropractic Practice in Capitol Hill, at 411 East Capitol St. SE, Washington DC 20003 and my Tai Chi Practice. I teach Yang Tai Chi in Capitol Hill. Also please contact me for Bookings and Speaking Engagements.

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