The United States elects a flim-flam man as President and America very quickly becomes no place like home for any of Burning Down The House‘s well-drawn cast of characters.
Evangeline Jennings‘ gripping dystopian novel takes place in a near future that seems chilling real.
Burning Down The House is part slice -of-life drama, part violent thriller, part satire.
The rich plot is full of sharp twists and turns and the characters are all realistic and sympathetic. The many music references are smartly used and the ending is both brutal and sad. Highly recommended.