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American Subversive Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 1: pages 1-20 Summary

David Goodwillie (author)
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Section 1: pages 1-20 Summary

American Subversive by David Goodwillie is an interesting novel about how two unrelated individuals get involved in a bombing in New York City. Aidan Cole receives an anonymous email blaming the bombing on Paige Roderick, and when he pursues Paige, his life changes drastically in only a few days as he becomes involved with Movements and Actions he knows nothing about. American Subversive is an entertaining, though disturbing, account of one activist group's attempts to change the world.

In the Prologue, Aidan Cole informs the reader he is in hiding somewhere that they cannot find him, a half mile from the county road in a house converted from a barn. He is unable to communicate with anyone because he never knows who may be listening in, but his handlers bring him newspapers and supplies twice weekly. For three years, Aidan wrote and edited...

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