The Billionth American by Robert Reichardt

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A comedy set in the overpopulated Washington, D.C. of the near future, the novel deals with a group of people trying to cope in a society bursting at the seams.

The young hero, Burgess Huxley, lives in a high-rise in Georgetown and works for the Federal Bureau of the Census and Population Control. He undergoes a series of hectic adventures leading up to the “Billionth American Celebration” on July the Fourth.

An irreverent satire, a bitingly funny novel.


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Published January 19, 2014 149 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction