EGT Reads: Giants Of Iniquity, Read By Michelle Silveira
Our next episode of EGT Reads takes us to San Francisco. Author Jason Covington is the writer of “Giants of Iniquity: A San Francisco Omen.” The story is a satire and commentary on the state of San Franciso and the country. If things in the story sound ludicrous or downright crazy, it’s meant to be. Here you will find religion, spirituality, ghosts, aliens, and the supernatural. Read by Michelle Silveira, various chapters of the story are read in this podcast episode.
“Jason Covington is a modern allegorist whose writing examines American cultural and political extremism. Covington earned a Bachelor’s degree in creative writing at Pepperdine University and later a Master’s degree in literature from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. [He] has taught writing at eight colleges and universities since 1993.
Covington grew up in Silicon Valley when computer technology was in its infancy when his dad worked for Apple Computer, pre-IPO. [He] has had his own successful career working in technology. His interest in spiritual phenomena, combined with his observations about living in San Francisco, led to the epic tale, Giants of Iniquity: a San Francisco Omen. Covington has previously published another novel, American BeheMouth, another allegory about America and what it has become.
Covington’s prose is light and easy to read, full of humor and insight. Covington hopes the questions he raises will give us self-revelation for positive change and not backward steps toward regurgitated totalitarian solutions.”From the author’s website
Where Can I Get A Copy?
You can buy a physical or Kindle copy of the book through this linkhttps://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07YKJ9SZJ/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i0.