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Hans G. Schantz

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Average rating: 4.39 · 209 ratings · 33 reviews · 6 distinct works
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Best Fiction of 2018

I’m honored that The Brave and the Bold is being mentioned in lists of the best fiction of 2018. I make a point of recommending other authors’ stories I particularly enjoyed in the afterwards of my own novels. Here are a few additional great works of fiction I’ll recommend as the year’s best.










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“been unimaginable to folks a century ago.” “Real socialism has never been tried,” Abby asserted. “Those were unsuccessful and flawed attempts.” “Would you say the Aztecs never practiced real human sacrifice,” Dad asked dryly, “because they never did get their crops to grow reliably no matter how much blood they shed?”
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“It’s profoundly ironic,” he observed with obvious amusement. “A strong, independent woman is now one who meekly obeys the media’s and society’s clamor to be a career girl and sleep around with whatever stud catches her fancy or with other girls, for that matter. A woman with the courage to defy that social pressure and devote herself from a young age to building a home and raising a family is an aberration, a weirdo, a traitor to her sex. There aren’t many women with the balls to stand up against that kind of social pressure. It’s not in their nature.”
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“The heart of democracy is violence, Miss Tagwynn,” Esterbrook said. “In order to decide what to do, we take a count of everyone for and against it, and then do whatever the larger side wishes to do. We’re having a symbolic battle, its outcome decided by simple numbers. It saves us time and no end of trouble counting actual bodies—but don’t mistake it for anything but ritualized violence. And every few years, if the person we elected doesn’t do the job we wanted, we vote him out of office—we symbolically behead him and replace him with someone else. Again, without the actual pain and bloodshed, but acting out the ritual of violence nonetheless. It’s actually a very practical way of getting things done.”
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“Do you know what it looks like when a snot-nosed greenhorn like you comes in and finishes his work with no overtime? How are the other guys supposed to justify putting in a few extra hours at time-and-a-half when you’re pulling that shit?”
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“When a kid spends his entire school career being told that pursuing goals isn’t worth it, that working hard and achieving things will only bring him misery, why would he ever bother putting the effort into living a productive life?”
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“There isn’t going to be any big sting operation to catch people breaking the new law; they just want to meddle, and have another weapon to use against people who are more successful than they ‘should be’.”
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“You work hard because you’re smart and you know you can do it, don’t let some idiot bully you into being less than you are.”
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