• Fri. May 20th, 2022

Author Juledor Corneille’s new book ‘Indigenous’ is a provocative story imagining a court-mandated deconstruction of the genetically diverse land that is America

Juledor Corneille, an early novelist born in Nassau, New Providence in the Bahamas, has finished his new book “Indigenous”: a gripping novel drawn from an imagination sparked by a high-profile radio program he listened to during his formative years. .

Thirty years later, Indigenous peoples took the Constitution of the United States of America to court. This country has been returned to the indigenous peoples and everyone from Alaska in the north to Argentina in the south and all of the Caribbean must now return to their land of DNA dominance. If you are not 50.01% Native American, then you must return to the country where you are most DNA dominant, and that is for everyone.

The reset begins on October 12, 1492, the day Christopher Columbus arrived in the Americas and due to the computing power of computers in the future. It was an easy task for computers in those days. Amazed at how easily and quickly it is possible to move so many people from one part of the world to another. A logistical nightmare thirty years ago is a simple process today.

Watching the dynamic integration of culture and economy of like-minded people coming together for the first time in over 553 years, are you ready to embark on this journey?

Published by Page Publishing, Juledor Corneille’s gripping book is a thought-provoking journey into a bygone world of genetically distinct nations.

Readers wishing to experience this captivating tome can purchase “Indigenous” in bookstores around the world or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media requests, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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