The Oracle

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The Oracle

The novel, The Oracle, is set in a dystopian future where women are not allowed to read or write. The main character, Joan, is a young woman who has been trained as an Oracle, a woman who can predict the future.

Joan is taken to the palace of the Commander, where she is expected to use her powers to help him. However, Joan soon realizes that the Commander is not what he seems. He is a cruel and ruthless man who uses his power to control others.

Joan begins to question her role as an Oracle. She believes that her powers can be used for good, not just for the Commander’s benefit. She starts to use her powers to help others, even if it means putting herself at risk.

Joan’s actions eventually lead to her downfall. She is captured by the Commander’s men and tortured. However, even in the face of death, Joan refuses to give up hope. She believes that the future can be changed, and she does not give up fighting for what she believes in.


The Oracle is a powerful and thought-provoking novel about the importance of freedom and the dangers of oppression. It is a story that will stay with you long after you finish reading it.

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