Conservative and liberal politics butt heads over economics, environmentalism, and immigration in a modern day Animal Farm and Ant-and-the-Grasshopper style fable in Arthur Mills' novella Friend or Foe.
Read Friend or Foe if you...
• do not believe in income/wealth redistribution
• disagree with unchecked immigration
• believe in conservative values
Friend or Foe storyline
Tolmie State Park seems like a paradise for all the birds and woodland animals who reside there with enough fruit, nuts, seeds, and acorns for everyone. But one day, Mitch the chipmunk is surprised when a flock of blue jays takes up residence in the park. They seem friendly at first but they are not above mocking Mitch and his wife for their hard work preparing for winter.
Then one day the chipmunks discover someone is stealing from their hard-earned stores. Soon, the blue jays engage in persuasive rhetoric, turning the other animals against the chipmunks. Like a surreal version of the French Revolution gone wrong, the hardworking chipmunks are persecuted, left trying to survive, while their former friends lack all common sense. Soon the rash behavior of those around them causes the chipmunks and their persecutors to realize an economic and environmental nightmare has begun for everyone.
Written from a conservative viewpoint
Written from a conservative viewpoint, this fable will educate younger readers about work ethic and proper conservation efforts while older readers may well be frightened by its relevance to our current immigration policies.
Why did Mills write Friend or Foe?
Mills states that he wrote Friend or Foe because, "Liberal values are replacing conservative values, thus destroying America's greatness. If the corrupt nature of liberalism is exposed, maybe, America's greatness may return."
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|Publisher:||Branching Plot Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.18(d)|
About the Author
Arthur is the creator of Branching Plot Books, a book series devoted to reader interaction and double entendre. Aided by voice recognition software, Arthur has been able to pen novels to captivate people of all ages. Whether it's the horror of The Empty Lot Next Door, or the interactivity of The Crawl Space, Arthur's main goal in writing has always been to develop a deeper means of communication with the world-both real and imagined.
When not working on his latest novel, Arthur is a full-time husband and father. He and his wife, Yonsun, have two children, Arthur and Allen and live within the lush Washington landscape.