- Hardcover: 552 pages
- Publisher: Iron Sky Publishing; 1st edition (April 30, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0956183506
- ISBN-13: 978-0956183507
- Package Dimensions: 9.3 x 6.3 x 1.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 10 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #281,931 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Mister Hardcover – April 30, 2009
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A status-conscious IT consultant travels to Madrid for a week of meetings at Scoptic, who have hired him to implement a fiendishly arcane accounting system equipped with artificial intelligence, in an effort to keep the company one step ahead of the government's rapacious tax authorities. Renowned within the catacombs of the scientific community, and with an impressive publishing record in the most prestigious trade and academic journals, he expects to do serious business with a serious organisation. The only problem is that he lives in a hot, overcrowded world where nothing works: hyperinflation, crumbling infrastructure, rampant crime, political correctness, corruption at all levels, and a new world order globalist government, determined to regulate, monitor, and tax every aspect of a person's life; opposed to the forces of totalitarian democracy are occult underground movements, most notably the Esoteric Hitlerists. As a result, nothing goes according to plan, and frustrations mount as things go only from bad to worse... In his first novel, Alex Kurtagic presents a grim and sarcastic depiction of the everyday consequences of living in a world where present social, cultural, economic, political, and demographic trends have been allowed to continue unabated. The novel is replete with obscure information and modern heretics, its elegant prose losing the reader in its bizarre logic, delirious paranoia, and meandering speculations, where nothing - and nobody - is what it seems.
Top customer reviews
This book is the exception for white people looking for a voice that gently speaks to them. Ever want to read a book that thinks and says what you say in your head every single day? This is it. The main character is nothing more than the voice in your head that you've been made to fell guilty about. Do you shake your head at third world immigration into your homeland or neighborhood? Do you get frustrated with the wall your back has been put against as a white person? Tired of feeling like you are alone in these frustrations? GET THIS BOOK.
Mister will speak to you, but not obscenely. If you are timid in your revolutionary thought of white identity and you left this book out at work, you wouldn't have to worry about having to explain it. On the other hand, the message is clear and strong. Mister is a good transition from status quo literature to politically incorrect literature.
Alex Kurtagic is intelligent and writes well. Just the fact that this book breaks the rules of political correctness shows you Mr. Kurtagic didn't write this book maintain the status quo. It wasn't written to make bags of cash. It's genuinely a work of art from a mind that thinks differently and wants the world to consider his position.
I can't wait for his next book.
A self adsorbed Englishman travels to Spain. It is dry, hot and severely over-crowed.
The law protects the many immigrants, and diverse elements, however it seems to
do little for Natives. Hardly a great concern though, because, after all, they are
getting to be fewer each year. Story of the not to distant future.
Mister,our protagonist is uninvolved. He has his money, his house off the main road.
He is a kind of proverbial everyman. A watcher. He goes to Spain on a business trip.
What should his business be? Can anyone just check out? If showing up is half the game?
The book asks serious questions about the demographic winter.
"Very, very interesting... I loved every paragraph, every chapter.... next to some of my French reading of LF Celine and my German E. Juenger, next to some novels by H Covington, I consider [this] book already a "classic""
Dr. Tomislav Sunic, author of Homo americanus: Child of the Postmodern Age
"Kurtagic's novel is a horrifying travelogue in which readers are confronted with an excruciatingly detailed glimpse of a revoltingly claustrophobic future where current socio-economic and judicial trends are hurled ferociously towards a penultimately cataclysmic and devastating climax. It's a world in which the most grotesque Benetton poster has spilled its guts all over the street and where the kind of degenerative societies portrayed in William Pierce's The Turner Diaries and Colin Jordan's Merrie England seem rather tame by comparison..."
Troy Southgate, author of Tradition & Revolution
Prof. Kevin MacDonald, author of The Culture of Critique
"...a brilliant book."
Greg Johnson, editor of The Occidental Quarterly
"Alex Kurtagic's novel on the dystopian near future, Mister, contains references to Savitri Devi, the Savitri Devi Archive, Miguel Serrano, and a vast and shadowy conspiracy of Esoteric Hitlerists who do battle with the System. Other real-life figures who are mentioned or figure as characters include Kevin MacDonald, David Irving, David Duke, James Edwards, and Tomislav Sunic. Mister is a challenging read: densely written and stylistically avant-garde. But it is also tremendously entertaining, wickedly funny, and sometimes downright chilling. Alex Kurtagic is our best novelist since Céline. I urge all fans of Savitri Devi, Serrano, and good writing to buy this book."
R. G. Fowler, editor of the Savitri Devi Archive
"I was highly impressed!"
James Edwards, host of the Political Cesspool radio show
"Grotesquely funny. Kurtagic is an artist with the mind of a scientist."
Dawn Bergemann, author