The book is not about the messiness of whether we ought to have gone there or not; it’s about “now what.”
It’s a quintessential portrait of a 1970’s America trying to find its footing again, more unsure and uneasy than ever before after all that occurred in the previous decade; it’s a new decade ripe for the taking…from vampires.
“This is the ultimate fakery of wrestling — that the emperor has no clothes, that the gods are mortals. “
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