Land That I Love
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Land That I Love
By William Freedman
When two rival presidents in the distant future, foes since their youth, declare a galactic hyper-power war, a series of events ensue which transforms America’s place in the world … and beyond!
With devilish delight William Freedman upends icons, role models and expectations with laugh-out-loud irreverence.
His characters defy tradition and stereotyping, revealing the mayhem and high jinks which – without doubt – exist within the hallowed halls of existing rival countries, let alone imaginary future nations and governments.
Outrageous slap-and-tickle combined with political prods and withering insight make Land that I Love a compelling lampoon. Add ‘Blazing Saddles meets War of the Worlds’ and you begin to appreciate the riotous read in store.
Move over Tom Sharpe, Christopher Brookmyre, Aldous Huxley, George Orwell, David Sedaris, Eoin Colfer, Ambrose Gwinett Bierce …
Bring in Mel Brooks. Wesley Snipes and Robin Williams – and apologize to H.G. Wells – what a sassy, satire-embraces-sci-fi experience they would serve up!
About The Author:
William Freedman is a New York-based writer of science fiction, dark fantasy and horror who injects humor, to greater or lesser degree, into his works. His novelette "Forever and Ever, Amen" appeared in the 2006 Spirit House chapbook and his short story "Intentions" is scheduled to be published this year in Ash-Tree Press's Holy Horrors anthology. He is a founding member of the LISciFi critique group and a perennial Literature-track panelist at the I-Con convention on Long Island. He holds degrees in journalism and international business, and his non-fiction work has appeared in Investor's Business Daily, Euromoney Books, Global Finance magazine, Treasury & Risk Management magazine, and many other business and financial news outlets both in print and online. Land That I Love is his first novel.
Values roasting on an open fire… In a mad romp through the long corridors of extrapolation fiction, Freedman maps a universe where commercial interests have taken unabashed control. An unbroken line of folly and unrestrained force have fractured America and made the remnants a steamroller with a leader and his enemies no longer trying to sort who did what in their quest for opportunities to attack. A biting and chewing satire that shreds the eye of the needle. Frighteningly funny, terribly believable, and entirely readable. Ben Parris, author of Wade of Aquitaine (Blueberry Lane Books)
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