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Panic! A Shepherd's Story

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As the armies red and white come to meet on new Eden's playing field...
All that was once hope and all that was once home becomes too brilliant--an impossibility.

At the Cold War's bitter, heightened pulse a suggestion came into lucrative popularity, an idea willing to preserve and protect the sanctity of what was American ideal, American in race.

Should the westernmost god f
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Published January 13th 2012 (first published January 13th 2010)
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Tammy Hastings
I received this through First Reads Giveaways, and I'll be honest, I was hoping that someone else would review this before I had to write my review, but I've been waiting for a couple weeks now, and no one else has reviewed it, so it looks like I'm going to have to be the first.

My problem is it was hard for me to understand parts of this book. The parts I did understand, I liked, even though they were incredibly creepy in a total "That could be our future" type way. A very dark and creepy book.
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R. Marx is an author that tends to write unconventional works of fiction that aim for challenging those who read them. Her nboks strive to go beyond the norm of contemporary literature. She's referred to what she writes as avant-garde, or anti-novels.

Her prose and plots are experimental, and her heart is red and flowing with love for all readers willing to know her stories.
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“This being the final say, tomorrow is thought about.
The what of tomorrow, the who? The maybe, the if.
Should it never come, none, no one but those left would know, know it so.”
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As the faith lies within a broken bayonet, an ending put best.”
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