Since the election of the recent nonpolitically experienced president, there has been a need to emphasize the consequential impact and benefits of that term in office. Michael Forest has spent the last two and a half years creating an entertaining fictional parody. This sixty-thousand-word novel presents those issues in a mythically remote utopian society. Beginning with the arrival of two foreign shipwrecked survivors of a worldwide conflict, chaos ensues. One of the survivors seeks to assimilate into that society while the other attempts domination and control through lying, intimidation, and a hostile takeover. Characters are well-defined while encouraging reader compassion and empathy. Utopia compares favorably to such works as Animal Farm and Lord of the Flies in the creation of an artificial social order with an unpredictable conclusion.