The Pristine Revolution Lisa Turner

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The Pristine Revolution  by  Lisa Turner

The Pristine Revolution by Lisa Turner
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God is on your side? Is he a conservative? The devils on my side, hes a good communist.- Joseph Stalin to Winston ChurchillThey were like krill brushing the tentacles of a squid. Their presence alerted the predator that her appetite would soonMoreGod is on your side? Is he a conservative? The devils on my side, hes a good communist.- Joseph Stalin to Winston ChurchillThey were like krill brushing the tentacles of a squid.

Their presence alerted the predator that her appetite would soon be quelled. She felt empowered by the proximity of fragile, vulnerable creatures. They nourished her. She absorbed their nutrients. With tiny, twirling fins, they propelled themselves without direction and without eyesight through the medium. Dinner in the medium was effortless. Svetlana just opened her mouth and swallowed.So believes Svetlana Messner of her fellow man.

A school girl and the spiritual successor to Joseph Stalin, Svetlana is a narcissist with superb gifts for oration and fear mongering. She bamboozles her local congressman, an ancient and fuddled Cold Warrior, into sponsoring the funding for her cause, which he believes is to repel Islamic terrorists attacks from Svetlanas hometown. She instead uses the money to fund the Pristine Revolution, her attempt to bolshevize southern California.

She and her deputy, Leo, raise a student Red Army and ransack the local community. Svetlanas Stalin-like paranoia drives her to spar with Leo, whom she mistakenly believes wants to usurp her power. Svetlanas ambition and vitriol, and the townspeoples sheep-like malleability lead to a finale truly fitting for a despot.The Pristine Revolution shows that we Americans have more in common with our enemies than we often choose to believe.

We sometimes exhibit the behaviors we claim to abhor. Our efforts to contain or defeat our enemies can result in hypocrisy and hysteria, both of which percolate throughout the novel.



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