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Every Man Must Build a Home

L. A. Heberlein

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ISBN 10: 0942979923 / ISBN 13: 9780942979923
Published by Livingston Press (AL), 2002
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Title: Every Man Must Build a Home

Publisher: Livingston Press (AL)

Publication Date: 2002

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

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Follow a lover who has an uncanny way with women, though each affair burns out, to be succeeded by another. Follow a musical group named Fire, which threatens to dwindle the entire universe's supply of energy upon each successive performance. Follow the trial of a professional arsonist, paid by unions to torch homes built by scab labor. Follow all this in a novel ostensibly written about the 1970s, though delivering an uncanny resemblance to the paranoia and confusion permeating the current new millennium. Consisting of part science-fiction, part meta-fiction, and part essay, this work threads out a puzzle with the same humor and biting satire that made L. A. Heberlein's story-novel Sixteen Reasons Why I Killed Richard M. Nixon so entertaining. (See page 24 of this catalogue for that work.)

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Born and raised on the Front Range of Colorado, where his great grandfather arrived on foot in the 1850's, L. A. Heberlein now lives in Seattle with his wife, the painter Gillian Theobald, and his daughter Elaine. He is the author of Earthquake Babies, Sixteen Reasons Why I Killed Richard M. Nixon, and the Rough Guide to Internet Radio. He edits the literary journal Square Lake and distributes his personal journal to an email mailing list.

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