How many of our opinions are created for us? How easily can our beliefs be manipulated or marginalized? Is what we read online part of an online democracy where all beliefs are equal? Set in our world of social media, Internet comment boards, twenty-four hour news updates, and ubiquitous cell phones, the novel It Could Happen Here explores possible answers to these questions. Along the way, the book explores institutional cover-up, violence against women, teen angst, and campus evangelism in a secular age. Most significantly, the novel is unabashedly preachy, and contains a thinly veiled missionary plot designed to influence the reader to embrace Christianity. You have been warned. Read it at your own risk!