‘Terror on Wall Street’ Takes Financial Crisis to its Logical Conclusion
Our society is so fragile, so dependent on the interworking of things to provide us with the goods and services that you don’t need nuclear warfare to fragment us anymore than the Romans needed it to cause their eventual downfall
‘Terror on Wall Street,’ the meta fiction thriller collaboration from author Kenneth G. Eade and his late father, financial wizard Gordon L. Eade, is finding a cult following among Milllenials with its dystopian approach to the financial crisis. The novel is the ninth one by Eade, whom critics have dubbed: “one of our strongest thriller writers on the scene today.”
“My father was as close as you could get to my opposite. He was a saver all his life, and couldn’t bring himself to spend money. I have been unable to save money all my life,” said Eade. “When he handed me his manuscript four years ago and asked me to wrap a story around it, I didn’t know what to do.” The result, published shortly before the elder Eade’s death this January, is a dystopian fictional treat for Millenials, tempered with a seasoned investor’s financial advice. “My father retired at age 54 and lived off his investments for 34 years. This book contains all his secrets for weathering any financial crisis we have known from the Great Depression on. The fictional component projects what will happen to our frail economy if nothing is done to prevent it.”
The year is 2020, and the world is on the brink of economic collapse. Can a group of “whiz kids” led by an absent-minded professor and a 24 year old girl save us? The crash of the stock market has created a rippling effect of disastrous proportions. Banks have failed, and people are rioting in the streets of the cities, which are on fire. Rolling blackouts have given way to entire system failures. University of Chicago Economics Professor Harry Mason, advisor to U.S. presidents and the Treasury Department, has gathered his dream team of “whiz kids,” the brightest and the best graduate students in Economics, for a special laboratory class. Their mission: to save the world. But is it too late?
The epigraph by Gene Rodenberry sets the tone for the fictional component of the novel, “Our society is so fragile, so dependent on the interworking of things to provide us with the goods and services that you don’t need nuclear warfare to fragment us anymore than the Romans needed it to cause their eventual downfall.”
“Terror on Wall Street” has received notable acclaim from critics:
“The result of their collaboration is another thriller that is also especially frightening because of its possible prediction of the financial world’s future (our future!). As the synopsis states, ‘The year is 2020, and the world is on the brink of economic collapse. Can a group of ”whiz kids“ led by an absent-minded professor and a 24-year-old girl save us? An homage to a father and another first class novel from Kenneth Eade!” – Grady Harp, Amazon Hall of Fame, Top 100 and Vine Voice.
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