The Unreals

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The Unreals
Author Donald Jeffries
Publisher StoneGarden.net Publishing
Publication date
May 1, 2007
Pages 432
ISBN 1-60076-034-1
OCLC 173835008

The Unreals is a science fiction/fantasy novel by Donald Jeffries, published in 2007 by StoneGarden.[1] Conspiracy theories feature prominently in the plot, with the JFK assassination playing an especially significant role.

Compared to The Wizard of Oz, the television show The Twilight Zone and epic Russian literature,[2] The Unreals has also been referred to as a conspiracy manifesto.[3] Jeffries was heavily influenced by such books as Nineteen Eighty-Four, Dracula and A Wrinkle In Time. He also utilized his keen infatuation with old (pre-1930 era) Major League Baseball players, by sprinkling numerous obscure references to them throughout the book.[4]

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Donald Jeffries was born in Washington in 1956. He now lives in northern Virginia with his wife and children. The Unreals is his first novel.

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