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Therein Lies the Problem

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The American Dream is dead. It is a nation desperate for change, which might explain how a man like Lester Ginn - huckster, hypnotist, swordsman, self-proclaimed visionary - could rally support for his own grandiose notion of utopia ... The Pyramid.
Paperback, 448 pages
Published March 22nd 2007 by Skull & Bones
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Dan
Fast, fun, and comical, with clean, tight, straightforward writing. The author, with whom I drank recently (that was what we call "full disclosure"), definitely does NOT take himself too seriously, which makes for a lighthearted piece of work. Though there are many important "big ideas" bouncing around in this novel, it's not burdensome or especially challenging. It's good absurdist vacation reading.
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