John Rachel : Blinders Keepers

Blinders Keepers

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Humor, Fiction & Literature

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John Irving, Kurt Vonnegut, Christopher Moore, Tom Robbins, Joseph Heller

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Literary Vagabond Books

Publication Date

Dececmber 15, 2015



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In this dark satire, a young man who escapes his hopelessly hayseed home town in Missouri is mistakenly labeled a terrorist and must survive a manhunt by government security agencies, while the President of an America in chaos and collapse perpetrates an end-of-the-world hoax, attempting to reclaim control and get himself re-elected.

Editorial Reviews

"Satire at its best. The intertwining of Noah's adventures along with the
political atmosphere of the White House has an intriguing pull that
makes you just want to keep reading."

"John Rachel is not as famous as Tom Robbins and Hunter S. Thompson, but he deserves to be.
Outrageously gifted, with a wacky and ironic sense of humor, Blinders
Keepers is an unforgettable story of adventure, pathos and insanity.
Highly recommended."

"Fascinating to read. Packed to the hilt with similes, metaphors, humor, satire, insanity, cruelty, parody, sex, power, and the plain truth of our world

"John Rachel's Blinders Keepers is a tour de force centered on the fate of
a Missouri-born young man named Noah. He is just out of high school
and as the story begins he is about to head out to face the wicked world
pretty much on his own."

"I recommend this book to everyone. It's brilliant! A very good read and very well
written, kept my interest from beginning to end."

"A futuristic On the Road, it mimics Kerouac's cross-country adventures
while skewering everything from politics and terrorism to pop culture.
We get a bird's eye view of the lesser side of humanity and are relieved
we're not 20 anymore!"

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