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It's about a young man who places himself in conflict with his society. He conducts an online campaign of ridicule against the cash-grab mentality and connects with a nascent alienation developing on college campuses, but also creates enemies in the media.
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ZombieStop Parade by Richard Buzzell More memoir than novel, a treatise of today's economic conditions with its post recession calamities, this book hones the premise that "leadership toward positive change doesn't come from those in charge. Weaving ZombieStop Parade by Richard Buzzell More memoir than novel, a treatise of today's economic conditions with its post recession calamities, this book hones the premise that "leadership toward positive change doesn't come from those in charge.
Weaving a tapestry of Dickensian interlocking philosophies the reader's awareness of an economy built upon financial services industry corporations and media institutions who as investigative opponents , are in fact one in the same regarding a desire to enable the wealthy to become even richer on the backs of consumer hacks. A story full of circular referencing via, "Alice in Wonderland" collides with "Fight Club" mentality through a narrative first person motif played out as entries in the protagonist's diary leaves little room for a plot development to bloom fully.
This book attempts to capture the passion, the turmoil, and the strife of that conflict.
Facing declining prospects, these millennial generation characters conduct a campaign of street-savvy satire against the ideology of the Econowitches. Wielding their irreverence like a weapon, they seek to undermine the values that propel economic ethnicity. Their efforts focus on exposing the instruments of dupability through which mythological systems of governance are dressed up for sale to an educated audience. Their courageous stance against the cash-grab mentality draws supporters who view them as heroes of sustainability, but it also draws vitriolic opposition and charges of extremism.
There is on-going debate about the boundaries between committed advocacy and megalomania. The story unfolds beneath the threat of declining social cohesion and all the ugly possibilities that come with that.