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Rage and Reason


Manufacturer: AK Press

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"Not a single statement in the newspapers or magazines ever came out in support of what he was doing. The condemnation from animal groups was unanimous. Felham was nothing more than a terrorist. How could he continue to believe in his war, against such universal condemnation?"

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 defence 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. As vivid a portrayal of the horrors of vivisection and the meat industry as Upton Sinclair's classic 'The Jungle'

"Who hasn't raged at injustice? Or fantasized about snuffing out those who knowingly kill all that is good? Should it matter whether the victims are black or white, innocent children, helpless animals, streams, or forests? Michael Tobias gives life to such desperate thoughts, melding morality with high adventure, and action with anguish. 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

"brilliantly written. Truly addictive. Michael Tobias is tuned in and here proves that you don't have to be the victim to feel the passion, the burning desire for retribution. Oh the retribution...1984 for animal abusers" - Keith Mann - Animal Liberation Front Activist imprisoned for 10 years for "terrorist" activities.

Written by Michael Tobias, published by AK Press, 1998.

Product Code: 9781873176566

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