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What is so scary about this story
on October 4, 2015
I wanted to get this review down while it is still fresh in my mind. I started it last night, read it until about 2 AM, woke up at 5 AM thinking about it, and started reading it again. I just could not quit reading it.
This story is a very fast paced story and so suspenseful that it keeps you on the edge of your seat wondering what is going to happen next. Every time it looks as if the hero/heroine is about to have their life ended, something unexpectedly happens that saves them. There are many twists to this story. It is not a mystery, you know who all the bad guys are in the story except for one. The one I was not expecting to be a bad guy left me disappointed.
What is so scary about this story is how most of this is very plausible-- and how easy it would be for terrorist to infiltrate our country. As I mentioned to my husband, I hope no terrorist reads this book because it would give them too many ideas! One of the things that the story points out is how unprotected our borders really are. Another thing is how very political a war is, especially to interests groups that will either profit with money or with political promotions.
The author's writing was so good I felt as if I were right in the story--I could visualize everything as it happened. I didn't notice any grammar errors or any other errors.
This story is truly about betrayal, especially at the top.
This is a stand alone story but I am looking forward to more stories about the main characters in this story and hope the author will write more about them. There was no foul language or explicit sex scenes in this story, which is so refreshing. Shows you that good stories can be told and hold your interests without sex and profanity. It is a little graphic at times but when terrorists are involved you expect this.