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Ant Farm: A Novel About What's Bugging Society

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Indie Book Award—Best Current Events/Social Change

Great Midwest Book Festival—Best Fiction, Honorable Mention
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Ruled by the evil white cockroaches on an oppressive plantation, Anton Indigo, Antrea Violet, and a thousand other ants escape to seek freedom on Ant Farm. When they arrive, although their lives are not utopian, the tiny insects find themselves with much more freedom and prosperity than ever before. Can the ants maintain this positive new lifestyle, or will some of the more power-hungry bugs prevail and deteriorate the new society into the same nightmare that they escaped? A tribute to George Orwell's classic Animal Farm and a nod to those who pursue liberty across the globe, Stephen Aaron Grey's Ant Farm addresses issues such as the current global economic crisis, gun control, drug prohibition, measures toward national security, and a host of others in its own unique way that is sure to attract attention as a new classic.


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ISBN 9781882658114
Publisher Headline Books
Publication Date 08/30/2014
Binding PB
Page Length 176