“The Anti-Rand. This is a serious, literate novel which repays close attention. The anonymous author cleverly satirizes contemporary political and economic doctrine, dogma and madness. The tale told is not at all so whimsical as the series title may suggest, but a serious polemic on the evils of modern corporate capitalism.”
In this timely political fiction we meet high strung Ken, a young Wall Street analyst thrown out of work in a major market crash, facing financial and emotional ruin in Empire City some decades in the future. As Ken spirals down, battling and succumbing to conflict and despair, he is rescued by a uniquely talented young woman with a dedicated revolutionary agenda. Together they form a most extraordinary partnership in a mission to change the world.
Sahar is the individual’s individual in many ways. Living wild and free has transformed her into a fiercely independent athlete and warrior, while the Net, a future amalgam of current technologies, has made her a sophisticated seductress and dissembler, living virtual lives online in the wider world.
Written largely in the form of riotous dialogue among unusually intriguing characters, the present and future, real and unreal, fuel a serious and delightful bonfire of corporate political culture in America.
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
There is an educational and polemical element usually lacking in fiction.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Don’t. Be a reader. The world is glutted with writers at a time when nobody reads anymore. If you do it anyway, have about $50k to spend on promotion and professional PR or you’ll be just another author lost in virtual space for all time.
anonym – n. ăn’ə-nĭm’
An anonymous person.
[French anonyme, from Late Latin anōnymus]
“Bred to a harder thing
Than Triumph, turn away
And like a laughing string
Whereon mad fingers play
Amid a place of stone,
Be secret and exult,
Because of all things known
That is most difficult.”
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What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The aching broken world in which we live.