By John Rachel
Published by Melange Books, LLC
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Published: May 06, 2011
Words: 84,660 (approximate)
Welcome to an alternate reality. "11-11-11" manages to tell it like it is by telling it like it isn't. This not what actually happened during 2011. But what unfolds is not more implausible. Nor is it less implausible. Dark, ironic, witty, at times surrealistic, 11-11-11 is satire that is both sad and funny and rings very true.
Noah was turning 23 and desperate to get out of town. Pulnick, Missouri had always been a hopelessly hayseed blemish on the pallid face of rural Bible-belt America. Always bland and soporific, it was now being invaded by white supremacist meth heads, visited by an unprecedented crime wave, exploited by spiritualists and local politicos, and driven to hysteria by paranoid rumors that the world would end on November 11th. Moreover, Noah's personal life was becoming more convoluted by the day. Everything seemed to conspire against his singular need to go somewhere where he could begin a new life and learn how to dream.
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Will The World End On 11-11-11?
Noah Tass was turning 23 and was desperate to escape the boredom of his dead-end life in Pulnick, a hayseed town in northeastern Missouri. Many people were convinced that the world would end on November 11th. Was it true? Who could say? One thing was certain. For Noah, as November 11th approached, life in Pulnick got weirder by the day.
What would really happen on 11-11-11?
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