With the current threats of nuclear war, The Last War on War offers a compelling and often humorous look at the fight between the 1% and 'the rest of us.'
Yes, they believe they have a God-given right to survive a nuclear holocaust and step out from their Freedom Bunkers once the radiation has finally dispersed.
But those who will perish have another idea.
Got a revolution.
COMPARABLE BOOKS: Johnny Got His Gun (Dalton Trumbo) Catch-22 (Joseph Heller) The End of the World News (Anthony Burgess)
God is tired of talking about Planet Earth. It is but one, tiny, obscure, and frankly otherwise useless property in His rather large real estate portfolio.
And now, following a decade of construction woes, kickbacks, in-fighting, and government incompetence, the 1% are ready to begin life inside The Hawkins Bay Freedom Bunker.
Here they will continue to fondle their gold, cash and DNA while awaiting the day they will venture forth to the rarified air of New World 2.0.
On the outside, Those Left Behind are starting to realise they had indeed been left behind.
Will the ensuing chaos work in Manifesto 99’s favour?
Or will Major Stursberg soon wish he had requested vast quantities of Kool-Aid?
Got a revolution?