Liberation: Being the Adventures of the Slick Six After the Collapse of the United States of America

Liberation: Being the Adventures of the Slick Six After the Collapse of the United States of America


By (author) Brian Francis Slattery

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  • Publisher: Tor Books
  • Format: Paperback | 299 pages
  • Dimensions: 140mm x 208mm x 23mm | 363g
  • Publication date: 14 October 2008
  • Publication City/Country: New York, NY
  • ISBN 10: 0765320460
  • ISBN 13: 9780765320469
  • Edition statement: First.
  • Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
  • Sales rank: 508,035

Product description

An incandescent and topical second book from the author of critically acclaimed debut novel Spaceman Blues

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Author information

Brian Francis Slattery edits public-policy publications dealing mostly with economics and economic issues; he is also an editor of the "New Haven Review," a literary journal. When not editing, he plays the fiddle and banjo. He also writes occasional nonfiction pieces about public policy and the arts, mostly for his local alternative weekly. He is the author of one previous novel, "Spaceman Blues," and lives just outside of New Haven, Connecticut with his family.

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Praise for "Spaceman Blues": "For fans of: the surreal odyssey of Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man"; "Plan 9 from Outer Space,.".. For all its colorful characters and gonzo thrills, Slattery's debut is first and foremost a moving portrait of Wendell's griefs." "--Entertainment Weekly "(Grade: A-) "Slattery's debut is a kaleidoscopic celebration of the immigrant experience. Pynchon crossed with Steinbeck, painted by Dali: impossible to summarize, swinging from the surreal to the hyper-real, a brilliantly handled, tumultuous yarn." "--Kirkus Reviews ""Early reviews of "Spaceman Blues "threw around the names of Pynchon, Doctorow, and Dick as stylistic touchstones. But Slattery should really be considered alongside NYC homeboys like Lethem and Shteyngart, the former for his loving tweaks of vintage pulp, the latter for his sharp immigrant comedy." "--The Village Voice"