2034: Evangelical mystery brokers, fast food moguls, the voice of God in software program, violence within the Bermuda Triangle! George W. Bush’s overseas coverage vindicated by way of a brief victory in Iraq, profitable invasions of Egypt and Syria undefined, bringing extraordinary prosperity to the USA and surroundings off thirty years of right-wing rule. but if a warfare in Iran is going bad—and the ensuing cover-up is going worse—the democrats reclaim the presidency. this can be the time of Pax Americana and its zealous anti-hero, executive agent Tuck Squires.
Reading the ironic silences among the traces of the mystery, and roaring like a jet engine, Pax Americana is a sacrilegious, conspiratorial monster; like a literary dogfight among Martin Amis and Robert Anton Wilson, loaded with prophecy, Baumeister’s debut is an exorcism and an antidote for our era.
‘Like an episode of Archer written by way of Kurt Vonnegut, Baumeister takes us right into a hilarious and high-velocity global of espionage and international politics during this send-up of god, nation, and the potential of doing solid in an international long gone undesirable. It’s fast paced enjoyable, beware of paper cuts because the pages fly by.’ –Shya Scanlon
‘If there's to be an American peace, it’s by no means going to return at the pages of this lit fit of a singular. Kurt Baumeister has shaped precisely the old-fashioned pre- and post-Bond techno x-travaganza every body tired of explorations of the louvre has been looking ahead to. Pax Americana is either darkish satire and deeply pleasurable, an adrenaline rush that runs via suspect politics, spirituality software program, and the sacredly profane. It’s a blast. purchase it now.’ –Sean Beaudoin