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It is summer, 2030. Truth is the weapon, and profit is the territory. Over thirteen intense days, combatants wage war, wielding influence and prestige. Behind the screens, wealthy recluse Marvin Stone has unimaginable power and rewrites the rules of the game. As the rules change, a former fashionista struggles to adjust. On the Continent, the popular and charismatic King Cordial of Vale works covertly to undermine his rivals. His youngest daughter, Costmary, is in his cross-hairs. Rue, his older daughter, takes on an exciting new challenge. Gala is Cordial’s firstborn. When she is named Princess Regent, she forges new ties and unveils her master plan.

The Quarter Percent by Lily Nicole is available on Amazon. Trailer created by Ateeb Khan.

The Quarter Percent - novel by Lily Nicole
Cover art by Emanuel Malu.

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It is summer, 2030. Truth is the weapon, and profit is the territory. Behind the screens, Marvin Stone is a wealthy recluse who uses powerful, cutting-edge technology to rewrite the rules of the game. As the rules change, Augustine Santa Clara, a former social media star, struggles to adjust. On the Continent, the popular and charismatic King Cordial of Vale works covertly to undermine his rivals. His youngest daughter, Costmary, is in his cross-hairs. Rue, his older daughter, takes on an exciting new challenge. Gala is the King’s firstborn. When she is named Princess Regent, she forges new ties and unveils her master plan.

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[…] If only I had royal blood coursing through my veins. I would make sure there were no homeless cats on the streets and donate money to causes I believe in. I’d be able to afford all the latest beauty treatments, couture fashion, and have access to the latest technology gadgets, gizmos, and advancements. The other day I was reading about how Barcelona will offer a flying taxi service in 2022. I imagine that’s going to be mighty expensive and unattainable for everyday folks until it becomes a common mode of transportation. It got me thinking about how our world will look 10-20 years from now. I love reading interviews and articles by futurists. Futurist Sheryl Connelly says, “Consumers around the world overwhelmingly believe that technology is today’s biggest driver of change. But while most view technology as a force for good, many are wary or fearful of what they don’t understand—and many still don’t have full access to what technology can do today.” If technological advancements, politics and the world of tomorrow fascinates you, I’d like to introduce you to author Lily Nicole’s book, The Quarter Percent. […]

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