BOOK REVIEWERS WANTED! Kermit E. Heartsong’s “Illusions, Dystopia & Monsters: How the Truths of Our Time May Be Stranger Than Fiction” (Politics/Current Events, Tayen Lane Publishing, 2014)

“Prepare to be shocked at the truths and how they are, indeed, stranger than fiction. I highly recommend Illusions, Dystopia & Monsters to those interested in politics, current events, and the destiny of humankind on our planet.” – Bri Bruce, Writer and Editor, Bri Bruce Productions

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Illusions, Dystopia & Monsters: How the Truths of Our Time May Be Stranger Than Fiction
Kermit E. Heartsong
Tayen Lane Publishing, 2014
eBook Price: $9.99
Trade Paperback: $14.99
Hardcover Price: $24.99 (Limited Edition, signed copy)

 *Receive a FREE copy in exchange for your review! See details below.

MEET THE AUTHOR

San Francisco native Kermit E. Heartsong is a political writer for examiner.com and author of United States of Mammon (Tayen Lane, 2013). He has published several award-winning word games and is a member of Writers and Authors and the Association of Writers. He has also been interviewed on CNN, CNN International, KRON, and KCBS, and featured in Entrepreneur, Entrepreneur Young Millionaire, Success, Essence, and in author Carol Adrienne’s The Story of Your Life.

Heartsong, an empirical scientist, has been a keen observer of the macroscopic developments of social, economic, and political systems for the past twenty-five years and has uncovered a number of troubling trends, which has led to the writing of his second book, Illusions, Dystopia & Monsters (Tayen Lane, 2014).

 

 DESCRIPTION

A unique, captivating, and thoroughly disturbing book, author Kermit Heartsong’s Illusions, Dystopia & Monsters explores the idea of reality as being potentially more terrifying than any dystopian film through a direct comparison with over 70 of the greatest dystopian films and novels of the century.

Those worlds we have seen or read about in 1984, The Matrix, Mad Max, and Brazil, and their evil characters, are not dissimilar to those of our world today. Heartsong brings the resemblances to our attention and makes it clear that the monsters of our civilization—big wig corporate executives, so-called political leaders, etc.—are actually worse than the monsters of our imaginations.

Through myriad examples and evidence to support his argument, from current events to the melting of our polar ice caps, Heartsong presents the reader with fact after fact, constructing a discourse that breaks down the walls between reality and fiction. Readers can be prepared to be shocked at the truths and how they are, indeed, stranger than fiction.

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 ***This book is open for review! If you’re interested in receiving a FREE copy of Heartsong’s newest book in exchange for your fair and honest review, please email bribruceproductions (at) gmail (dot) com for more information!

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8 thoughts on “BOOK REVIEWERS WANTED! Kermit E. Heartsong’s “Illusions, Dystopia & Monsters: How the Truths of Our Time May Be Stranger Than Fiction” (Politics/Current Events, Tayen Lane Publishing, 2014)

  1. Congratulations on your book publication. I wish you the very best of luck with that. And thank you for following my blog. Hope my Saturday posts be of any use to you. Blessings and love to you ♥

  2. Thank you for following my blog!

    I’ve already sent you an email inquiring about what I need to do to review this book. It sounds really interesting. I need to branch out in my reading genre and this sounds like a good start. Thanks.

    Grace and Peace,
    John

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