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A darkly funny political satire that is equal parts ‘They Live’ and ‘The Manchurian Candidate’
Every four years, America goes to the polls to elect a slimy, inhuman creature to run the country.
For anyone who’s ever voted, that’s just politics.
Only, this time, one of the candidates isn’t just a politician—which is bad enough—he actually might not be human.
Retiring political consultant John Fisher doesn’t think billionaire William Finney should be president. It’s not just the man’s nonexistent grasp of complex issues, or his tendency to attack rivals and supporters alike on social media. It’s not even that he’s an unknown entity in the realm of American politics.
No, it’s the fact that, when the candidate asks him aboard his private jet to offer Fisher a job, he seems to transform into a different beast altogether. A sneering, writhing, tentacled duplicate of a human being.
What kind of inhuman impostor has taken hold of the Republican frontrunner?
But when his best friend and political ally joins the campaign in an attempt to subvert and destroy it, Fisher is tempted to join up—at the risk of his reputation—to save the country from itself.
Will they succeed in preventing this alien invasion, or will the culture of fear surrounding the Finney Campaign be enough to propel the pod person candidate to certain victory in the Republican Primary and—later—the presidency?
The nail-biting blend of politics, horror, and humor in ‘Invasion of the Party Snatchers’ will have you afraid to go into the voting booth. It’s the perfect political novel for this era, a paranoid reflection of today’s electoral reality, but also one hell of great scifi experience—for fans of science fiction thrillers and political novels alike.
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Wallace Henry is the author of ‘The Playroom.’ He lives alone in the wilds of Georgia with his German Shepard, Quint. He writes genre-bending novels that pay homage to his favorite decade of horror—the 1980s. If you like John Carpenter’s ‘The Thing’ or Sam Raimi’s ‘Evil Dead,’ chances are you’ll enjoy the works of Wallace Henry.