Tasked with leading the Republican re-branding effort in regard to women, Thomas Prescott must resort to extreme measures to keep party leaders in line, his waning sanity and mounting chemical dependence making for a surreal, twisted journey into the sordid depths of right wing hypocrisy.
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"Pink Elephants is like a political American Psycho, a ghastly phantasmagoria of hate, hypocrisy, and decadence in the twilight days of the Republican Party. Not for the faint-hearted." (Arthur Goldwag, author of Cults, Conspiracies and Secret Societies and The New Hate: A History of Fear and Loathing on the Populist Right)
"Scathingly irreverent, hilariously funny, Pink Elephants compellingly satirizes today's confused, discordant Republican Party and dissects its malaise with the sharpest of literary scalpels." (Robert Leuci, critically acclaimed author of All the Centurions, Doyle's Disciples, Odessa Beach, Captain Butterfly and other books)
"Terrifyingly funny, Pink Elephants is a rollicking fever dream of debauchery, self-loathing, and all manner of rats." (Deb Hiett, screenwriter and actress)
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