Nos Populus: a novel

aois21 publishing, LLC
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 With the end of America’s wars in the Middle East, charismatic expat James Reso returns home to a deeply polarized country. Detesting President Dennis Ward's cynical authoritarianism, James and his friends create the political party Nos Populus: “We The People.” Using mass protests and audacious theatrics, Nos Populus becomes the de facto opposition to the Wardists, while James rockets to celebrity. But when a protest ends horrifically, a depressed and frustrated James becomes easy prey for his own party's most extreme elements. And after unleashing his seething obsessions about Ward, it may become a matter of ‘when,’ rather than ‘if,’ James’ long threadbare sanity finally surrenders.
NOS POPULUS is a unique blend of political satire and psychological thriller about good intentions gone very awry.
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About the author

 Known in the blog world as the "Half-Drunken Scribe," Ian self-published his first novel, Nos Populus, in 2012. Built on his studies in Political Science and History at American University, aois21 is working with him to further distribute and promote his premiere work. After being born in London, Ian lives in in the suburbs of Washington, DC, with his forgiving wife and an urge to keep writing. He's currently working on a graduate degree and notes that his taste for politics "has been missing for several years and is now presumed dead."

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Publisher
aois21 publishing, LLC
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Published on
Mar 8, 2014
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Pages
360
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ISBN
9780985904487
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Alternative History
Fiction / Political
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