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Private Property

Seth Kenlon

Book Overview: 

Fear and Loathing in Post Apocalyptic America.

The future, after the genetic experiments of the great Doctor Patricia R. Durham, leaves all women on the planet with snakes instead of hair, and the unique and terrifying ability to blind, and even kill, a man with a simple stare. The birthrate is at an all-time low, the population dwindles, the world's governments are all but disbanded.

Recommended for fans of Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, Divergent by Veronica Roth, Stephen King, Clive Barker, and Dean Koontz.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . . destroying that *private property*. A man emerged from a nearby house. He put his hands on his hips. He said Alright Girls You’ve Had Your *Fun*. He told them to go back to school and leave the good folks of that town alone, and they should be ashamed of themselves, being young adults as they were. He spoke sternly but he was careful not to threaten. He was afraid of them. And of me, too, although I did not consider myself associated with the two girls. They shouted obscenities at him and told him to go back inside and to mind his own business. He shook a fist at them and went back into his house. He was a fat man and he’d been wearing no shirt. He had hair on his big belly and on his back and on his thick arms. I said they’d destroyed *private property*. They said "So what? it was *fun*!" This senseless destruction was completely new to me. I had never seen it done before. I hadn’t even imagined . . . Read More

Community Reviews

It's not a dystopia, per se. In fact, it's a world not even too unlike the present. But it's Amerika and the women are medusae whose snake hair can blind or kill men at will. So everything is different.

This is a fun science fiction romp, told in a staccato that brings out the irony and the agony of

I like this book a lot. I am probably biased although I have to say that I don't feel like I'm biased. This book infected me and made its way through my fingers into a computer, but I really don't feel like I, myself, wrote it, and I think I'd love this book regardless of who'd taken credit. It's a

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