Eat A Banker

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David lives in the world created by the bank bailouts and the credit squeeze. It's not a good place to be. The cities are battlegrounds, those with jobs fight those without and the young fight the old. Fear hangs in the air like a fog, and violence is a way of life. He has to get out. All he has to do is find a way past the armed guards, the landmines and the heavy machine guns at the border.
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Published: Dec. 22, 2011
Words: 20,030
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465920362
About Peter Bailey

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Peter Bailey was first inspired to write by a combination of Las Vegas and a dental abscess.

Since then, he has spent his days fixing IT issues and his nights trying to express the darkness inside us all, using a strange amalgam of the writing styles of Terry Pratchett, Stephen King and Dave Barry.

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Review by: Richard Black on Aug. 30, 2012 : star star star star star
This is masterpiece in its own way. "Eat a Banker" made me laugh but besides the laughs, it painted a picture of what the world could be reduced to by greedy and irresponsible bankers and the institutions they work for. Since the banking crisis of 2008, it doesn't take a genius to figure out that the world has failed to stabilise. I loved this book.
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Review by: john mills on Jan. 02, 2012 : star star star star star
likewise my first Peter Bailey book and I too loved every
minute of it. downloaded this to my kindle and got through
it in one sitting - a pleasure indeed.
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Review by: Peter Talboys on Dec. 30, 2011 : star star star star
Very impressed, it's the first Pete Bailey book I have read and I really enjoyed every bit of it. Being a local to the area the book is set in made it all the more realistic. The basic premise of the story is all too easy to believe too in this country of followers. Overall, a damned good read.
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