Review of “Alongside Night” by J. Neil Schulman

This book is basically soft-core porn for the hard-core, libertarian geek.

In the story, the US is falling apart to due hyperinflation. A Milton Friedman character and his family help to save the day. They are assisted by a group of Agorists who facilitate the revolution to the new world of free markets.

The book isn’t the best-written book that I’ve ever read. The plot isn’t particularly interesting and the story is unnecessarily drawn-out in several places. Still, if you like this sort of thing, then you’ll enjoy a quick read of the book.

Update: this is good stuff.

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2 Responses to Review of “Alongside Night” by J. Neil Schulman

  1. “Soft-core porn for the hard-core, libertarian geek.”

    One of the best pull-quotes I’ve gotten for the novel in over thirty years.

    Thanks!

  2. Foseti says:

    My pleasure! Thanks for the book and the comment.

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