Book Reviews of Stepfather Bank

Stepfather Bank
Stepfather Bank
Author: David Poyer
ISBN-13: 9780312910457
ISBN-10: 0312910452
Publication Date: 9/1988
Pages: 277
  • Currently 2.3/5 Stars.

2.3 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Reviewer: Trucker25@Aol.Com (Indianapolis, Indiana USA)
This book explores a potential future of earth that is has been purchased by a bank. In the 120 years it takes the bank to purchase everything it institutes vast changes in the way we live our lives. We literally become indebted to the bank from the age of 18. The bank tells us where to live, whom to marry, and delivers our babies to the front door. The one person on the planet who is not indebted manages to stay alive by pulling one scam or another. When the bank tries to terminate him, society begins to pay attention to this overweight, uneducated, scruffy man and his hypnotic little poems.