American Insurgent

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Stanley has a problem: growing up in the age of terrorism in America. After 9/11 his society is fractured and teenagers like Stanley struggle to find where they belong and what they believe in this satirical look at what could have happened after that fateful day. Over-the-top PETA demonstrations and English 101 homework are the least of Stanley's problems in this political thriller. More
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About Adam Maciejewski

Born in Buffalo, New York and educated at SUNY Geneseo in English literature and education, Adam Maciejewski writes political thrillers, literary fiction and even dabbles with magical realism. To him, writing is both an escape and a challenge. There's nothing better than taking a reader's breath away with an unexpected twist or stunning turn of phrase that sparks something in a reader. When not writing or reading, Adam loves spending time fishing with his two boys and making memories with his wife.

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Review by: Shawn McCrea on Dec. 9, 2012 :
A thought provoking read that leaves you contemplating where we are as people and as a nation. The recurring themes of facing alienation and finding ones place in the world make the story identifiable, while allowing you to care for the aloof main character. Some laughs interwoven into the writing, but this novella is built for a higher level of contemplation. What is one's place in the world? How far would one go to protect it? Never easy questions to answer, but always great to spend several hours thinking about.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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