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Rainbowland

Rainbowland

by Henry Barnes
     
 
Not since Orwell’s 1984 has there been a book that carries so much political punch as Barnes’ Rainbowland. This book is so rich in political satire that it borders on farce. Written in a New Age language it skewers all politics and events in what was formally known as America, now called Rainbowland.

You have the crazy left and the crazy right.

Overview

Not since Orwell’s 1984 has there been a book that carries so much political punch as Barnes’ Rainbowland. This book is so rich in political satire that it borders on farce. Written in a New Age language it skewers all politics and events in what was formally known as America, now called Rainbowland.

You have the crazy left and the crazy right. You have a nation that has lost its freedoms. A nation that lives in scattered groups of peoples from all over the world. These peoples are not interested in the survival of Rainbowland, but only in the survival of their own little nation states within.

The once proud American flag has been replace by a transparent sheet of plastic so as not to offend anyone with the colors red, white and blue.

Terrorists are allowed to fly planes into buildings in New York City so as not to offend any of the Mu(o)slims.

Students are allowed to attack teachers so as to keep up their self-esteem.

Harden criminals roam free, while decent citizens must live in fear behind bars in their own homes.

Conservatives are housed in a zoo.

You have never read a book like Rainbowland. And like all good satire it is filled with truths. Truths you will recognize. Truths that will come to haunt you in its truthfulness.

As we watch America dissolve in reality, you can read about its dissolution in satire that is so sharp that it will make you think while your laughing so hard you’ll cry.

Contains some language that may not be appropriate to some readers; but was added because that is the coarseness to which America/ Rainbowland has fallen to.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012241849
Publisher:
Count DeLaBar Books
Publication date:
03/10/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

Henry Barnes is a powerful writer on all phases of History, Science, Literature and Politics. This is a fictional satire of politics in America, a nation he now calls Rainbowland. He believes in America but fears it’s political leaders have turned it into Rainbowland and that has become like rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic. Barnes has lived in the trenches all his life and fears that America is over.

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