I haven’t read anything since early February, though technically that isn’t true since I started and stopped The Great Gatsby. I guess I should say I haven’t finished anything since February.
I’ve written about this book on here already. It’s still pulling me to the cusp of purchase, though I’ve held off so far.
This is also a new release. It tells the story of Hillary Clinton’s failed bid to win the presidency. On election night I was 24-years-old. I cried. It wasn’t because of the upset victory no one saw coming, it was because I couldn’t imagine Donald Trump leading my country forward into the 21st century. All he’s done is roll back environmental protections, try to ban people from coming here, nominate Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, and is now backing AHCA.
This book will take me back to election night. I’m not sure what I hope to gain from reading it. I’ll gain something.
I’m planning to finally start Thirteen Reasons Why today. So that’s also on my list.
No video today. This is a follow up to yesterday’s post. A new book looks at what would happen during a second American civil war. After writing the post and reading about the book I became intrigued.
There’s a lot more to the story than my post talked about. First, oil is illegal. Louisiana is half underwater. There was a devastating plague. Drones patrol the air around the country.
The idea is essentially that the US has made the decision to use its worst weapons against its own people.
I may buy the book. It’s a debut novel, which always makes things interesting. And the idea isn’t so far fetched that it’s unthinkable. I mean, how many tomes have we heard Trump talk about “sending in the Feds” in less than three months?
With different series exploring life in the former United States I think this may make for a fascinating read.
Everyone wants to tall about how divided America is. And now there’s a new book out that plays into this thinking.
American War is the story of the second American Civil War that takes place at the turn of the next century. North against South.
This may be fiction, but it’s written by a former reporter who may or may not be intending to tell us what he thinks may be on the horizon. I don’t pretend to believe that all Americans love other Americans, but I just can’t see an all-out war breaking out. Of course, history is probably against me. Countries have internal conflicts that result in war.
What do you think? Think the country is headed toward war within the next century? I don’t.