An Extraordinary Read
When Alec Baldwin published his 2008 book, A Promise to Ourselves, his goal ostensibly was to reform our nation’s broken divorce system. But as quickly as he entered the fray, he abandoned the movement altogether. For a whistleblower, it was a disillusioning exit because he crushed the hopes of divorce victims throughout the country who shared a similar vision but lacked his star power.
In the years since, divorce and family courts have continued to abuse their power to program countless children. It has resulted in an epidemic that is harming society in ways never before imagined. Parents have been separated from their offspring through custody classifications that pit moms against dads, parents against the state, while illegal ones at our borders obtain greater protection. The disparity is explained by a profit motive and federal grants that incentivize court conflict.
As a parent victimized by this zealously protected system, civil rights attorney Leon Koziol took a stand against his profession by exposing this epidemic with nationwide reform efforts. It led to unconscionable retributions in the way of license suspensions, seizure of parent-child relations, law office closures, and even support warrants concocted to punish a whistleblower of court corruption. Combined persecution over many years led to a near death climax in 2020.
Our story here begins when this attorney-dad flies to Paris for asylum before one of those warrants could be executed. There he meets Linda, a similarly persecuted mom who was shielding her son from a fixed custody case. Also subject to an arrest warrant, Linda invites Leon to her secluded villa on the French Riviera. Lively exchanges follow which educate the reader to this epidemic. Romance also blossoms, relieving unbearable anxieties, but their fugitive status soon catches up. Find out what happens when the two join efforts to take on a child control industry.