After 19-year-old reformed gang member Randall Gähstur is brutally murdered, at the start of the Baltimore Riots of 2015, the subsequent investigation into the murder leads both his former closest friends, and the two very different special agents assigned to investigating the case, into a large web of conspiracy involving everything from police corruption to global world domination to manipulated or unnecessarily clung-to gang violence to detailed, characterized critiques of modern political correctness, war, and, eventually /> r(E)volution.
-The world record for the most usages of the 'f**k' word in a single volume (445)
-Deep, character-driven narrative surrounding a group of college kids and two cops battling gang culture and the questions of politics and abstract economic theory against the backdrop of one of the most divisive times in American history
-Personal, detailed critiques of political correctness, gang mentality, police brutality vs. wealth inequality arguments, religious freedom and political partisanship
-3-page 'Guide to Special Symbols
295 pages (story: 278 pages + Glossary + Bibliography + more) Genres: satire, crime noir, 'buddy cop', political satire, dark-yet-hopeful comedy, mystery, pulp fiction, general economic theory, general political theory, coming-of-age
I write, read, play guitar, and work. Dont know how anybody does it any other way.
Influences: Hannah Arendt, Alan Watts, Stephen King, Ayn Rand, Friederich Nietzsche, Plato, George Carlin, Carl Jung, MLK JR., 2Pac, Ludwig Von Mises, Kurt Vonnegut, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Ernst Hemmingway, J.R.R. Tolkien, J.K. Rowling, Eminem, Bill Hicks, Frank Zappa, David Bowie. "You do not have to be a man to fight for freedom. All you have to do is be an intelligent human being." -Malcolm X