The premise of Damn Nation feels awfully familiar: America has been overrun by vampires and rendered a no-living-man’s-land. But there’s a scientist who may have found a cure, and so a military squad has to rescue him. It’s Escape From New York simple, and that simplicity is a Trojan horse for writer Andrew Cosby to layer in some razor-sharp political satire. I said it feels familiar — the really good stories always feel like they’ve been around forever.
Damn NationThe premise of Damn Nation feels awfully familiar: America has been overrun by vampires and rendered a no-living-man's-land. But there's...Damn NationFictionAndrew CrosbyThe premise of Damn Nation feels awfully familiar: America has been overrun by vampires and rendered a no-living-man's-land. But there's...2005-09-16
Genre: Fiction; Author: Andrew Crosby
Posted September 16 2005 — 12:00 AM EDT
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