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Title : We Should Have Killed the King
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ISBN : 9780962293719
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 192 Pages
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We Should Have Killed the King Reviews

  • Phillip Goodman
    2019-02-12 03:44

    A novel about the travels and seemingly disjointed life(s) of a somewhat nomadic restless young(ish) radical exploring the american underground and finding his anarchy.The rapid time shifts are a really nice touch and keep you on your toes, but poor construction of this story makes it feel like it should be ultimately unsatisfying, and yet somehow it isn't, it comes at you in a series of slightly disjointed memories and stories, some of which never quite seem to be resolved, it is in that respect perhaps more true to life, the content is at the least interesting and engaging enough to stand up for itself, though it is no where near as wildly inventive as the other JG Ecarius novel i have read, 'the last days of christ the vampire' but non the less quite brilliant at times and always giving an amazing insight into the workings of underground and radical movements in the united states.A book themed around the concept of the tragic missed opportunity in many respects feels like a missed opportunity itself, though of course not a tragic one; the opening chapter which covers the peasants revolt is the most interesting bit of the book, and could quite easily have filled a novel itself, and i wish it did! and there's about 3 further sections that could have done the same, especially the rather intriguing end.