Amazon Features Apocalyptic Novel With Talibunny’s Authorized Biography
The Talibunny’s legend is a pastoral myth that the Talibunny herself cultivated for decades waiting for an opportunity to escape the shit-covered rural hellhole of Alaska. When she had her chance to make her mark on the lower 48, however, something strange happened. Sarah found a talent for inciting racial terror and violent rage among economically besieged, pig-ignorant white people.
Rallies for the putative McCain campaign became Nuremberg style hate fests with mobs screaming for the death of Barack Obama. Oh, yes, and she liked it, so much so she jumped back on the campaign bus to stump for draft dodging gangster Saxby Chambliss in his Senatorial bid in Georgia – and to recruit the Klu Klux Klan for her 2012 presidential run.
The emergence of end-timer Talibunny as a racialist apocalyptic demagogue seemed to augur her future as a leader of a hillbilly GOP, stripped bare of any pretense of intellectual authority or organizing principles, grouping snakehandlers, neo-Nazis, militiamen, end-timers, white supremacists and survivalists into one big weird political expression of hate, rage, fear and violence.
Which may explain why Amazon is pairing Talibunny’s authorized biography, Sarah: How a Hockey Mom Turned the Political Establishment Upside Down, and Terror Occulta, a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel in which humans fight for their lives against blood-thirsty invaders bent on extermination of the human race.
What is Amazon trying to tell us? Do their marketing department staffers know something they don’t want to tell us directly? That, maybe, they can’t tell us without exposing themselves to the dangers of offending the Talibunny’s diabolical acolytes?
Perhaps. The description of the Terror Occulta, by St. Louis author Victor Paletta, may yield some clues to what exactly Amazon’s marketing directors are trying to warn us about.
In a classic tale of good and evil, in Terror Occulta, author Victor F. Paletta goes to an eerie and wicked place that is wholly unusual and utterly fascinating. His is a distant future where life on earth has taken a turn for the worst. An enemy that once hid from a more technologically advanced people turns the tide, and is now on a relentless hunt for humans. Corporal 1412 is thrown into a world of sadistic inhuman predators, but not without a few savage weapons of his own. Ironically, his love for another is his most formidable weapon, but will it be enough to foil the fray of monsters, robots, and cyborgs that want blood? In a rush of action, Corporal 1412 will be put to the test until he can do no more and fate will step in to decide if he is, indeed, man enough to fight an evil that threatens to exterminate his people. Desperate and unyielding, this gruesome epic is harrowing, shocking, and all too realistic.
Stinquers, who among us will be Corporal 1412?