Stephen Gotlar, a first grade-building engineer and security strategist, is summoned by the American authorities to build a wall around a city after a natural disaster and a failed experiment. But when the United States government gives the green light to go ahead and construct twenty Detached Occidental Kingdoms (DOK cities) distributed all over Northern and Central America, it is already too late. His life takes the turn with the apparition of Bernard Rand; a lanky military fed who comes knocking at his front door with orders to go with him to the construction site. Ex police officer, Stephen Gotlar tears himself away from his wife for the first time in their married life to travel with Bernard to begin the DOK wall. Time is against them, as Stephen Gotlar and ten thousand others raise the super bastion to protect those already inside against an unusual molecular epidemic originating from somewhere on the Mexican coastline. The sophisticated wall is eleven-metres high, with walkways eight metres up, where hundreds of committed and trained people known as wall stalkers patrol its promenade with extraordinary rifles. The survival of forty thousand men, women, and children is dependent on my wall and the technology it supports
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