Ithaca Times, “Local writer pens dense critique on modern man”

James Thomas Lukasavage, a local author and avowed pacifist anarchist, takes the reader through a deeply-sourced meditation on the world today, what has gone wrong and how it can be saved. It’s the type of book that, when described as it just was, sounds completely unappealing and aggressively disinteresting unless coming from someone with an earnest, thoughtful perspective that hasn’t been hashed and rehashed by every jackwagon with WiFi access. Thankfully, Lukasavage has that in spades, and shows it in Dystopia!

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