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President Reagan's Final Message Hardcover – November 16, 2011


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IMAGINE RONALD REAGAN AS A LIBERAL.  That's what the author has done, with hilarious results.  Ronald Reagan, after giving his last State of the Union message, falls down the stairs, hits his head, and goes into a "coma."  Waking up several days later, he is not the Ronald Reagan his followers have come to know and love.  Instead, he seems to be a (gasp) liberal!  He seeks advice from people such as Joan Baez and Jane Fonda and is beset from all sides while trying to enact his grand plan for the United States, including the cadre of media ministers, led by Pat Robertson and Jimmy Lee Swaggart.
Along the way, George Bush is forced to resign as Vice-President because of his role in Project Omega, and President Reagan surprises everyone with his nomination of someone (almost literally) out of left field.
"A rollicking good read" is something no one has yet called this, fortunately.

About the Author

Garry W. Puffer is the pen name of Garry Puffer, former mathematics teacher who lives in California.
He believes that Ronald Reagan may be the last President of the United States who was not totally evil and a puppet of Satan.
He is the author of Billy Bumbry's Year and The Desert Croquet Player.
His next novel, Too Many Messiahs
, will  be published in early 2012.

More About the Author

I am a former high school and middle school math teacher. I have lived in Michigan, Brooklyn and Long Island, and now live in California. My main interests in fiction are Science Fiction and crime. My first published work was "Billy Bumbry's Year" (Lothrop, Lee, and Shepard, 1981). In 2011 I published two e-books, "The Desert Croquet Player" and "President Reagan's Final Message." The first is an homage to H.G. Wells' "The Croquet Player" but with different details, and the second is an alternate history political satire in which Ronald Reagan goes into a coma and when he wakes up he's a liberal.

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