“2051” tells the story of the dystopian American legal system 36 years after its writing, caused by the greatest act of domestic terrorism on American soil on “831” (August 31, 2049). Under the law hastily passed by Congress in response to the public outrage, an American engaging in the ultimate act of kindness and Christian charity can end up imprisoned for life for “treason.”
HE HAS LIVED IT
Rick Cornell is an attorney who lives in Reno, Nevada, and specializes in criminal appeals and writs. From his 34 years of experience, he has a vast knowledge of "crazy true stories," some high profile for Nevada. But this is fiction - or so he claims. A attorney, author, and singer. His books include 2051 and I Am That Fool, a Next Generation Indie Book Award finalist. He sang for 17 years with the Nevada Opera and is the president and a frequent soloist for the Sierra Music Society P'Opera.