Lacy Dawn Adventures Predicted Trump Presidency in 2006

"Rarity from the Hollow," an adult literary SciFi novel by Robert Eggleton, and the first Lacy Dawn Adventure, predicted a Trump presidency when first published in 2006. In the chapter entitled, "The First Sexual Harassment Complaint on Shptiludp" (the name of the planet -- shop until you drop -- the biggest shopping mall in the universe) Lacy Dawn and her team first meet Mr. Prump, the Manager of the Mall in the only high rise office on the planet.

Washington, DC, November 15, 2016 --( The paperback version of the second edition "Rarity from the Hollow" was released by Dog Horn Publishing on November 3, 2016. It is currently available on The first edition of this novel was awarded two Gold Medals by prominent book review organizations and was named one of the best book of 2015 by a prominent Bulgarian book critic. It's on Amazon where its praise has been acknowledged by dozens of five and four star reviews by book blog reviewers, including the Missouri Review, Midwest Review, and many others.

According to the author, "The second edition is even better. The political allegory was strengthened to more clearly metaphor issues like the refuge crisis and illegal immigration, as well as, a comical look at the divisiveness of extreme consumerism vs. democratic socialism."

"...a hillbilly version of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, only instead of the Earth being destroyed to make way for a hyperspace bypass, Lacy Dawn must... the author has managed to do what I would have thought impossible; taken serious subjects like poverty, ignorance, abuse, and written about them with tongue-in-cheek humor without trivializing them. Eggleton sucks you into the hollow, dunks you in the creek, rolls you in the mud, and splays you in the sun to dry off. Tucked between the folds of humor are some profound observations on modern society that your would have to read to appreciate. It's a funny book that most SciFi fans would enjoy." - Awesome Indies Review
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