Fiction More Powerful Than Fact
The Nine Inch Bride Series
Understand the times in which we live through a daring fictional lens as relevant and powerful as the best non-fiction and journalism of today—Noam Chomsky and Chris Hedges come to mind—then add in a bonfire of good imaginative fun.Nine Inch Bride
is a remarkably original and literate series of political novels, at once visionary and provocative in a way that will leave you with the wise and determined smile of the Guy Fawkes mask.
The literary antidote to Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged? If you accept Rand's homage to capitalism and the ethos of live-and-let-die, you may find yourself converted by the end of the Nine Inch Bride
series. The first book, An Epiphany On Wall Street
, where revolutionary first meets 'The Street,' derails the modern Randist in a well-paced and intriguing 277 pages.
Working at many levels to recast today's big political questions in a fresh lens, the story grows from a psychological study, deeply revealing of our times and equally disturbing behind its gossamer veil of normal life, into a kind of meta-democratic polemic in a riotous dialog led by the perspectives of the unique and eloquent Sa.
Uncorrupted by financial dependencies or fear of legal retribution, the heroine Sahar, or Sa for short, confronts banking elites that are destroying America, co-opting daily lives, and scamming the people's democracy as they mold the world in their very image. She is one of a kind, a balletic young Arundhati Roy wrapped in American tights. If nothing else, her story in this series will inform, enchant and enthrall you with a renewed sense of the achievable.
Book Two, A Stone of Conscience
, is available exclusively at http://NineInchBride.com
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