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Revenge against the system
31 January 2019
The author, Devon Stack, has a vlog called 'blackpilled' and has suggested that this book may be part of a possible triptych.
While it is a relatively short work it is still absorbing. The action occurs in either the present or near future and describes the beginning of a violent reaction to the dystopian conditions being imposed on western civilisation by the satanic elite. It is an appropriate book for this time of the 'yellow vests' in France and the ever increasing extremism of the Left in all of our societies. Stack, being a member of the younger generation, is more at home in the information age in which we find ourselves now than people of my generation who began to learn about the realities of our world before the internet. The book follows in the footsteps of authors like William Pierce and Harold Covington who wrote fiction which was most definitely non-pc. The enemy is identified and suffers consequences for his actions, unlike in our present reality so far. The two main characters are Ethan and Wayne who don't know each other and operate independently. Without going into too much detail Ethan is involved with a mysterious 'List' which involves payment for the assassination of particularly evil members of the elite. Who created this list and pays for elimination of those on it is not explained at this point. Wayne, on the other hand, is involved in trying to get the message of revolution out to as many people as possible. He achieves this but at a very high cost. That's all I'll say about it. I enjoyed it and I think that the younger crowd will appreciate this tale. I will definitely purchase the follow up book when, and if, it is published.