The Great Anti-American Novel is a memoir written by a confessed mass-murderer in an offshore federal detention facility. The narrator's penetratingly satirical story centers on his small family coming together and being ripped apart by a global economic and cultural collapse that triggers a second American civil war.
The only friend he ever had is murdered. And the emptiness of the land has not been filled by the new commune. Tom struggles to move away from his past and find peace. But he does find that he's good at killing. And he does just that, and comes home a hero. But this isn't normal life. These post-nuclear wasteland times are treacherous, and being a hero is just the thing to get you killed.
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