Blood orchid: an unnatural history of America
Bowden writes with Old Testament fury and twentieth-century anguish about America's self-destruction. In breathtaking language and a brilliantly modulated voice, he bears witness to an America that has too long been at war with itself and must finally confront what it has become.
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