Book review: The Immune

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April 10, 2011
Rational Review
by Steve Trinward  
Posted in 2AM Commentary, Commentary, LAND Commentary, PND Commentary

"Taking one part H. G Wells, several bits of Robert Heinlein and a few echoes of Orwell, Huxley and other dystopian visionaries, [Doc Lucky Meisenheimer's first novel The Immune has] created an allegory that encompasses the 09/11 attacks, environmental mutation fears, government corruption and man-against-the-State, producing a stunning page-turner in the process. ... [It] deserves to be added, to both your summer-reading list and your collection of pro-liberty dystopian visions, [and] may proudly take its place alongside the classics of libertarian-themed speculative fiction by Heinlein, Spider Robinson, L. Neil Smith and their ilk." (04/10/11)  


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