Monday, March 31, 2014

Critical Acclaim Greets TRIBULATION: A Novel of the Near Future

Kirkus Reviews calls it "A riveting, to some degree startling work of political speculative fiction...a exhaustive takedown of corporate statehood, blind inefficiency and human eagerness." Foreword Clarion Review says the novel "makes intriguing and new expectations about a definitive destiny of the spectator a feeling of trust instead of fear." Penn Book Review says "Thomas A. Lewis' ability shines...a very captivating must-read with exemplary potential." Portland Book Review discovers "The narrator...engaging, the dialect rich, the portrayals vivid and the book intriguing."

Simple Kitchen Window

Inevitably, he started to associate that contamination and abuse with common assets had arrived at a final turning point.

[more insights about the book at; Lewis expounds on the non-narrative breakdown of the streamlined age at]

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