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Rage and Reason by Michael Tobias

Rage and Reason by Michael Tobias

Michael Tobias' latest work of fiction is a shocking, breath-stopping political thriller which tracks the fury of an outraged ex-Special Forces veteran who turns to violent retribution in defense of the earth and its fauna.

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Michael Tobias' latest work of fiction is a shocking, breath-stopping political thriller which tracks the fury of an outraged ex-Special Forces veteran who turns to violent retribution in defense of the earth and its fauna.Rage and Reason is an unstoppable rollercoaster of action which explodes across four continents—a chief executive's severed head is served up at a stockholder's luncheon...a furrier is skinned alive...Thai poachers are deftly eliminated...and the first day of hunting season in the Maine woods is turned into a human massacre. Rage and Reason is as vivid a portrayal of the horrors of vivisection and the meat industry as Upton Sinclair's classic The Jungle.
"A terrific story, told from the heart, its soul rich with knowledge. Some people and corporations should lose sleep wondering if RAGE & REASON will ever become a real life thriller for them." —Ingrid E. Newkirk, President, PETA—People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals

 

This is a riveting tale of a revolutionary out for justice. A mind-numbing mixture of intrigue, suspense, romance and comedy while two bumbling FBI agents struggle in vain to apprehend their fugitive. An ex-Special Forces veteran's crusade against the American culture of violence against our nonhuman brethren enlightens the reader with eye-opening detail, enhanced by surprise humor, depending on the reader's perspective. In a timely format, nearly ripped from the headlines, Tobias explores the most vile aspects of humanity, spiced up by a sensuous love affair between the hero/fugitive and a reluctant sympathizer.

A unique amalgam of Ingrid Newkirk's Free the Animals; Terry Gilliam's film, 12 Monkeys; and the action/adventure of Indiana Jones and James Bond, Rage & Reason will do for animal rights what The Monkey Wrench Gang did for ecology. Tobias' Felham is a radical Holden Caulfield (of Catcher in the Rye fame) for the 1990's with a mission to save Mother Earth.

Animal exploiters of the world might heed Felham's warning: Hell no hath no fury like a woman scorned. That woman is Mother Nature, and She's pretty irate.

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