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On September 11, 2001, the world was shaken to its foundations unlike on any other foundation-shaking day in the history of the world. Fortunately, Neal Pollack was a few miles away, In Brooklyn, and it only took him couple of hours to start writing.
Unlike any other writer since September 11, Pollack has had unrestricted access to world leaders and their evil plans to kill us all. He’s traveled millions of miles, sometimes flying coach, to get the interviews and suck the dust necessary to shake us from our grief stupor. Beneath The Axis Of Evil is a tour of the interlocking circles of this Dantesque world. With passionate reporting, Pollack gives voice to the voiceless, and also voice to people who are on television all the time, but are still important. Life is a game and we are its pawns. Pollack understands that, and he has crafted a uniquely American account of our ongoing war and the end of the world that will endure against the events of September 11, 2001 and win the National Book Award. A lone copy will be found by survivors a decade from now, and to reclaim hope from the ashes of their shattered lives, they will hail it as the new gospel.
Pescient, thoughtful, with a chest made of brick, Neal Pollack is the only writer today who matters.