Rob Olive’s debut novel, Essential Liberty, will feel familiar to anyone who’s read other examples of “Tea Party fiction” like Matthew Bracken’s Enemies Foreign and Domestic trilogy or John Ross’s Unintended Consequences.
There is no shortage of novels devoted to the outdoors whose stories appeal to backpackers, campers and hikers (the granola sort, we call them in Colorado). It takes only a minute’s thought to conjure...
I just finished reading Matthew Alexander’s anarcho-capitalist novel, Withur We. Was I entertained? Bored? Convinced to throw Molotov cocktails at government buildings? Continue on, dear reader, and find out in this Withur We review.
Imagine you are Will Brierson of the MSP, a private security organization that provides protection to subscribers throughout the anarchistic Ungoverned lands. You are faced with an invasion. What do you do?