A review of JUNTA byhttps://rosalienebacchus.wordpress.com/author/rbacchus60/
Front Cover of Junta: A Novel by Ken Puddicombe
What can we do when the armed forces seize power from our democratically elected government, however corrupt?
In Junta: A Novel, set in 1979 on the Caribbean Island of Saint Anglia, Ken Puddicombe explores this question. Taking us within the inner circle of the Junta, he introduces us to General Marks, chief of the armed forces, and his second-in-command, Colonel Stevenson. On a tranquil Sunday morning, while their Prime Minister is away in Barbados attending a conference of Caribbean leaders, the general executes his meticulously planned and bloodless coup.
Opposition to the military takeover comes from Melanie Sanderson, a university student in her twenties who calls on students, faculty members, and the people of Saint Anglia to join her and her friends on a peaceful, protest march to the legislative center.
History Professor Marcus Jacobson, whom she admires, rejects her…
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