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Sea Changes

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By Derek Turner

A catastrophe on a quiet coast—and overnight England is drowning in guilt, suspicion, hypocrisy, and racial recriminations. As politicians and journalists jockey for position, an unlucky Iraqi immigrant and a plain-speaking English farmer are swept up in world-breaking weather, which threatens to overthrow England forever.

Derek Turner is Editor of the Quarterly Review. He is a commentator on current affairs, literature, history, and travel. Sea Changes is his first book.

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Derek Turner is Editor of the Quarterly Review. He is a commentator on current affairs, literature, history, and travel. Sea Changes is his first book.


Sea Changes is an often lyrical and well-judged antidote to the PC hustlers who salve their own bad consciences by making normal people feel uncomfortable in their skins—the perfect corrective to a national neurosis.

—Taki Theodoracopulos

A courageous, compassionate and compelling literary treatment of one of the 21st century’s most sensitive, important and rarely-discussed subjects—mass immigration and its often troubling consequences.

—Sir Richard Body

Sea Changes is the story of one incident—imagined, but all too believable—in the slow suicide of the English nation.

—John Derbyshire


PUBLISHER
Washington Summit Publishers / Radix

YEAR
2012

PAGES
440

FORMAT
Softcover

ISBN
 
9781593680022