The American Middle Class Revolution is an edgy analysis of modern society conveyed through the eyes of an average, non-exceptional young man working in a non-descript diner that could be located in any major U.S. city. The story, a blend of introspection and observation, is conveyed by Ricky I. Peters and his unfolding thoughts are influenced by those surrounding him, including a nymphomaniac girlfriend, an eclectic close group of companions, and most importantly, four habitual customers at his diner. Beginning with just another day at work, Ricky begins to notice that his journey into viewing the world around him from slightly different angles opens his eyes as they have never been before.
Part spiritual and intellectual investigation of Ishmael, part raw grit of Fight Club, and part experimental narrative, The American Middle Class Revolution strikes at an assortment of modern society's most praised core values, and like Ricky, encourages the reader to question them as well.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.27(d)|