The Great Anti-American Novel is a memoir written by a confessed mass-murderer in an offshore federal detention facility. The narrator's penetratingly satirical story centers on his small family coming together and being ripped apart by a global economic and cultural collapse that triggers a second American civil war, setting up the events that ultimately result in the Dante Thompson and his adopted sister Sylvia orchestrating and carrying out an explosive, blood-gushingly violent retribution for the tragic and untimely deaths of their heroic father and former nation.
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The story was the best part. Though, I prefer to have a book in hand so that I may go back and reference characters or refresh my mind to different points, this is easier when you are holding the book.
Miss Thompson, her nickname is the same as mine.
Sounded fine. But I was more interested in the story than how the person sounded.
It was long so I don't think it could be listened to in one sitting.
I am confused as to why this reviews seems to be mostly about the fact it is an audible book instead of being a review of the story itself. I loved the story. I really have enjoyed all the writings that I have experienced from the writer, Dan Donatelli. Great mind, great writer. I have read many short stories that I received personally in the past. Thanks Dan for being a writer.
A great thought-provoking read