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Conquest By Concept

A Novel About the Culture War

Duncan Smith



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14 October 2020
Wars are fought in the mind, not just on the battlefield.

John Gilbert loves Angie, his far-left Antifa girlfriend. Then he meets Edward Hall, a charismatic right wing figure. Hall makes John question Angie's politics. Soon, John can no longer tell which side is good or evil.

Caught in a political 'love triangle' between the far-left and far-right, John Gilbert faces a choice. Will he stay true to Angie's passionate progressive values, or can the seductive Edward Hall turn him to the dark side?
Imprint:   Alfadex
Dimensions:   Height: 216mm,  Width: 140mm,  Spine: 18mm
Weight:   404g
ISBN:   9780987222886
ISBN 10:   0987222880
Pages:   316
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Duncan Smith is an Australian author and musician most notable for writing three novels with rock music soundtracks. His most recent work is political fiction - including 'Conquest By Concept: A Novel About the Culture War, ' as well as the novella 'Marla Okadigbo, ' which appears in his collection, 'The Tightarse Tuesday Book Club.'

Reviews for Conquest By Concept: A Novel About the Culture War

'Politics used to be boring. Not anymore. Brilliantly written and highly entertaining.' J.C. McKinlay 'Equal parts drama and French farce, this is a vigorous romp through the culture war. In divided times, this is a witty and provocative tale of one man's quest to make sense of it all. David Miller.

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