by Manfred Jurgensen
|Page Extent:||416 pages|
|Book Size:||230 x 150 mm (Height x Width x Depth)|
What happens when the war against global terrorism also destroys individual integrity and personal freedom? This is the bold, disturbing theme of Manfred Jurgensen’s The American Brother. Harry Greene, although a serious-minded intellectual, finds himself at times in in absurdly humorous situations.Set in Australia and America, the novel laments the manipulation of identity when economic globalisation and international terror are intertwined. As we are carried through a series of breathtaking incidents, we confront the grim reality of how a tyranny of political counterintelligence has set out to destroy the truth of individual, social and cultural self-determination.