If this book is a ‘right conservative’ piece of novel writing, I think
those who reject it do not wish to look into its mirror. Two of the left’s huggy squeeze minority groups are the Amish and the Indians, both of which are well represented in this novel, and yet victims of the political left. Jack Cashill’s book
is more than a novel. Perhaps this is a truism for all novels coming from the imagination of authors. All writing comes from the processing for the author’s experiences, education, and values with some wonderful looks from the past, present, and future.
His ‘novel’ motivates the reader to examine freedoms lost in the past generations since the American Revolution. Many Americans will not take the time to examine what they have lost as they are swept away with ‘bread and circuses’ seeking
safety at all costs. Perhaps Cashill’s writing, like George Orwell’s book 1984,is presenting his vision of the point in the future when Americans will once again seek the freedoms taken from them by the Central Crown.