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    After Things Fell Apart by Ron Goulart

The time is a few decades from now, the place what used to be the United States, now disrupted by internal factionalism as well as a short-lived foreign invasion. Out of this chaotic background Ron Goulart has produced a swift-moving, witty and constantly delightful novel, a story of a future odyssey.

Year: 1970
Genre: HumorNear Future

    Gadget Man by Ron Goulart

A new political map of America's west coast...Its dark wit bites through a brittle, phony, not-so-far-off world, exposing its hollow insides.

Year: 1972
Genre: Near Future

    Hawkshaw by Ron Goulart

Science Fiction or Prophesy? It's a wild and wacky satire on today's political climate - to its mind-boggling extreme in a radically different United States ... thirty-odd years from now.

Year: 1972
Genre: Satire

    When the Waker Sleeps by Ron Goulart

The dose was a serum that would enable one to travel into the future by naps of fifty years duration. The unsolved part of the experiment was that the sleepers would only stay awake a limited time before falling asleap again for another half century. So when Nat woke up fifty years later he had to act fast to find an antidote.

Year: 1975
Genre: Time Travel

    Crackpot by Ron Goulart

A completely automated America in the post-World War III twenty-first century whose leaders are protected by servants and security forces provided by NRA (National Robot and Android) and ordinary citizens are distracted by the pursuit of pleasure.

Year: 1977
Genre: Satire


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YearTitle

1970After Things Fell Apart by Ron Goulart
1972Gadget Man by Ron Goulart
1972Hawkshaw by Ron Goulart
1975When the Waker Sleeps by Ron Goulart
1977Crackpot by Ron Goulart
1981Brinkman by Ron Goulart