SORRY WE MISSED YOU!

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SORRY WE MISSED YOU!

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SORRY WE MISSED YOU! - (FOR PRE-ORDER - DEBUTS OCT. 15 2016)

Sorry We Missed You! is a dystopian satire of life in a future United States. After receiving an incredibly disturbing piece of mail from her beloved neocon-government, our anti-heroine, a lesbian mother of two surrogate daughters, determines that she has no choice but to immediately escape the country. She makes a solo break for the very dangerous Eastern border, which is a charnel house in every sense of the word.

Sorry We Missed You! is the story of one woman’s desperate attempt to navigate the convoluted and purposefully bewildering system of neo-corporate-governance. Yes, the Good Ol’ U.S. of A. has been regime-changed and Balkanized and a dog now holds the highest office in the land. The “democratic” ideals envisioned by the country’s neo-con forefathers and a fire and brimstone “Goddess” are now upheld by the few remaining states that have not been stripped off by former allies. However, if anything continues to be true, it’s that freedom is damn well not free! Your average citizen is now compelled to pay millions of dollars as a result of Congresses’ compulsory Freedom and Consumption Law (SR-911666), from which Congress itself is, of course, exempt. Sorry We Missed You! is bound to offend any and all without exception! Have a nice day!

Eugene Soukharnikov is an author of modern fiction. Born in Leningrad, then USSR, he is a dual US and Russian national residing with two kids and two pet rabbits on the southernmost border of the Czech Republic, 45 miles from Vienna, Austria and just over 250 miles from Prague. He is the author of the Porcelain Doll, his first novel in Russian that will be published in 2016 and of over two dozen short stories. He studied art, history, and political science, published political commentaries as well as a number of essays.