Enter the Aardvark
Early one morning on a hot day in August, millennial Congress-bro Alexander Paine Wilson (R) is planning his reelection campaign when a mysterious FedEx delivery arrives at his ...more
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This book is not going to be everyone’s cup of tea, in fact, I think many people, many people I know, will not like it. The main characters are pretty unlikeable. The language used in one section is so ...more
The tones of the two timelines differ. The earlier one is kinder, less mocking. The present-day one offers a more cutting narrative—from a send-up of twee hipster eateries to politicians who are more interested in what people ...more
If you’re looking for a unique story that blends repressed love with political satire, check out Enter the Aardvark. Content warnings: homophobia (internalized and societal).
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I'm not even sure I can pin down the genre of this book. It's part political satire, part fable, part ...more
It was pitched as an exercise in "knowing ...more
Anthony's subject is somewhat ripped from the headlines. Think of the recent scandal of Aaron Schock, a Republican representative. In this ...more