The Law:
Our Road to Marital Happiness

About the book

In the 23rd Century, A. Gordon Sakata observes that the Republic of North America are treated as discards — or as he describes it, “Kami Jin” (paper people). With a national unemployment rate of 95%, people are losing their jobs daily due to artificial intelligence and robotics. This is a diary of an unemployed college professor that chronicles his life of being homeless, through incarceration in a concentration camp, and his rescue by his extraterrestrial wife who rescues him and takes him to Xychron where he becomes emperor of the planet and returns to rescue the oppressed from Earth and takes them to a land of paradise.

Alice L. McIlvaine

AliceL. McILvaine, who is now 82 years of age, is still happily married to John, her husband of 43 years. They are members of Latter Day Saints, having been married for “Time and Eternity” at the Washington DC Temple. During her membership, she has served in the primary organization, as Relief Society President in the Women’s organizations and as organist and pianist. She and her husband John served as CES Missionaries for their church for 2 years, and she has proudly supported John as he has served in the Church.

"The Law Our Road to Marital Happiness" by Alice McIlvaine - L.A. Times Festival of Books 2023


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