The first pulp fiction story of the dystopian world in the 23rd century. Part of the Factory 21 series. Written by Rogue Saint
How about the world of opportunity? A world that allows you to purse whatever passion you want. A world without social classes, without poverty (at least officially.) What would you give for that world? Air? Water? Land? The sun? All of the above. Enter Factory 21 series of dystopian pulp fiction stories and it's first mesmerizing installment - The Solar Men.
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Can you afford the sunlight? Are you using officially issued sun cards for your exposure to over thirty different brands? You're confused. Well, sunlight is a commodity in the 23rd century. It is branded and sold as a product. Small price to pay for the world of opportunity, wouldn't you say? Wait, I didn't get a straight answer from you. Are you using officially issued sun cards for your exposure? I need to remind you that any other answer, except resounding yes, is advocating for piracy. It is also illegal.
Sun theft is a major crime of the 23rd century. It can not only lead you to getting to know The Solar Men (not recommended), but it can get you phased out of the modern society. Your entire world of opportunity is tied to you being a good citizen. What it takes to be a good citizen? You're in the right spot to find out.
Synopsis of The Solar Men:
Well into the 23rd century, Super Corporation monopolized sunlight. It turned sunlight into a commodity with products that brought millions in revenue. To uphold law and punish criminals who were “stealing” the sunlight, Super Corporation formed an elite task force known in infamy by their nickname – the Solar Men. Baxter Samuel, commander of the Solar Men’s Team 9, is frantically searching for a hacker who distributes illegal sun cards…
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- The Solar Men Screenplay
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