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A story of oppression and loss, of uprising and joys. Rubberman's Citizens pushes through grim tyranny with the courage, compassion, and humour of those forced to fight troubled times.

In Citizenry, Leena knew cruelty was normal.

Order was kept by Warren, through intimidation and abuse.
Normal meant deliveries from above, supplies from the great, unknowable, Actual.
Normal meant hating the lessers who live below.
Normal meant routine public degradation.
Normal meant hearing screams, and knowing no one dared help.

Normal was knowing that tomorrow, it could be your own screams being ignored.

Leena found a way to help.
Leena found a chance.
Leena discovered revolution.

The first book in the series, Rubberman's Cage, serves as a broad introduction to most of the regions inside the series environment.

Rubberman's Citizens takes a closer look into one region's history, and by the end of the tale of Citizenry, we are pushed forward into the future of the inhabitants, and the vast environment itself.



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Lenth grew up in a lie.

Apparently there's more than five people in the world.

Four Brothers live their lives in an enclosed habitat as directed by the silent Rubberman above them. When they disobey, they get shocked. This is normal. It always has been.

When a Brother dies, they learn of death. When he is replaced by someone new, they learn they are replaceable.

When the ceiling above the ceiling cracks open, Lenth plans a journey beyond the known universe:

A third floor.





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An small excerpt from Rubberman's Cage;
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“You've stopped killing?”

“I could have killed those Providers down with the nuclear thing area! But does it matter?” He kicked the vat. “They'll end up in a vat anyway! I'm dying right now! I don't know when, but Messenger made it sound like it was soon! If I knew how to open these, I may as well crawl in now!”
Six paced a little more. “Lenth, did you know, growing up, what death was? I sure didn't! When I…” He stood still, shaking his head slowly.

“When what, Six?”

Six leaned back with a deep breath and screamed, “When I killed my Brother, I didn't know he'd STAY dead!” He staggered forward, gasping for air, fighting sobs.

Of course. Why would he know that? “His name was Eyes, right? The one I met?” Lenth asked. “And your Rubberman, he—”

“No,” Six said sharply, “he can stay dead. I'd kill him again if I could.”