Kill Trump: Invoke the 25th -- A Revolution of the Human SpiritObviously, in the vein of protest novels, such as Civil Disobedience, Invisible Man, and The Souls of Black Folk, comes Kill Trump: Invoke the 25th -- A Revolution of the Human Spirit. Remarkably, the story begins onboard the R.M.S. Titanic as it mysteriously sets sails across the Atlantic with its very well known cast of characters: Captain J. Smith, Mr. Bruce Ismay, the managing director of White Star Line, John Jacob Astor and his new eighteen year old wife, Madeline, Mr. Guggenheim and 'The Unsinkable' Molly Brown. But as we quickly realize there are new passengers, the G-8, the Big Three automakers from Detroit, the Titans of Wall Street, and the Pope, the Ayatollah, and the Rabbi of Israel. Bickering and fighting ensue -- as the new passengers can't seem to understand that they they are actually on the real R.M.S. Titanic, and that their decisions will affect the outcome of their journeys.With billions of passengers inside her steel belly. From there?Kill Trump: A Revolution of the Human Spirit moves like Slaughterhouse Five back and forth through time. The Merry Pranksters and Ken Kesey travel down the highways and bi-ways of life itself on Furthur II playing their pranks designed to bring satori (or enlightenment) to those that they meet. But the pressure is on! It's the mid-twentieth century! Recessions. Depressions. Millions migrating from the Greenhouse Effect. Incurable diseases. Madmen Politicians. Brawny Corporations. Terrorism. Ultimately, Kill Trump: Invoke the 25th -- A Revolution of the Human Spirit shows the stark choices that we face in America and even the rest of the world, and asks important questions such as: Will we have a discontinuous moment in history, or will we witness our collective demise?