Zeitgeist by Todd Wiggins

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A group of young strangers find themselves racing across America with an army of cops and journalists in hot pursuit, all for crimes they (largely) didn't commit. Set against a frenetic backdrop of race riots, well-armed zealots, discunt euthanasia, and sexual worship, Zeitgeist is an ambitious and darkly satirical portrayal of a nation glued to a screen and sky for salvation.

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Published January 1, 1996 by Henry Holt, New York. 320 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The diversion will not be unprofitable- -trust me on that.'' It quickly becomes apparent, however, that Venus's story is not a diversion at all, and that her history and fate are directly linked to the three outcasts.

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A cautionary tale of Generation Z millenarianism, this intriguing first novel follows the cross-country travails of a ragtag assortment of unlikely desperadoes: a petit bourgeois black-nationalist hacker;

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