By Bob Zeidman
One day, the animals at a research lab wake up with the
abilities of rational thought and communication. And the humans are gone. They
realize they must organize into a society with rules, rights, and
responsibilities. They heard about a farm in England where the animals created
a socialist society that eventually failed. They are determined to succeed, so
they create a democratic republic. But can they keep it?
Animal Lab is an allegorical novel by Bob Zeidman. It
is a warning about the possible coming collapse of American society and along
with it, American principles, values, and freedoms—torches that have lit the
path for the advancement of the human condition for over two centuries and that
must not be allowed to be extinguished.
Book Length: Novella – 60-150 Pages
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