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About the Author

Fran Riedemann's career includes interior design and having owned a fine arts & crafts gallery for twenty years in Overland Park, Kansas. After retiring from retail she now has time to explore her own creativity. "Implosion" is her third published book, joining "Joseph: the Heart of the Father" & "Beatrice Baker, bringer of joy".
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 250 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 17, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1466445432
  • ISBN-13: 978-1466445437
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,961,485 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Fran Riedemann's career includes working in the field of interior design and owning a fine arts & crafts gallery for twenty years in Overland Park, Ks. and another in Naples, Florida. She has been proactive in defending pro-family causes, including working with Concerned Women for America in the state of Kansas. After retiring from the gallery she now has time to explore her own creativity, still working as a designer and in art resale and acquisition. Most recently she began writing. The recent release, More than the Sum, is her fourth published book, joining Implosion, Joseph: the Heart of the Father & Beatrice Baker, Bringer of Joy. More about her can be found on her website www.considerthesource.org, and her blog, www.franriedemannbooks.blogspot.com.

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I'm about two-thirds of the way through the book and am enjoying the story, but the editing is shockingly bad. Apostrophes and commas al over the place where they shouldn't be, non-sequiters, choppy story flow. The story as a whole is all there, but the poor editing really jars the...well, this...reader and detracts from enjoyment of the book.
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The concept of the engineering and science of imploding buildings was my incentive to get this book.

The first chapter was fine, interesting and ended when Jeremy's wife was murdered. I expected it to be a thriller of some sort but after several more chapters, the book never came back that character, nor explained why the wife was killed.

The following several chapters were all about fundamental Christan religion and finally I just stopped reading it. I am a Christian myself, but did not expect this book to be one long sermon. I did not get this book to be preached to. Nothing in the description nor the reviews mentioned this at all.

Furthermore, the writing was full of grammatical errors, poor punctuation and was very pedestrian. Even childish. It was most disappointing, and I was unable to finish it. Fortunately it was an Amazon Prime free library book so i was not out any money.
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This book was a disappointment. The editing, and character development weren't bad, but the actual storyline went from what I thought would be an interesting suspense novel to another hardline Christian fundamentalist preach fest. I find such books and their marketing description to be very deceptive to readers such as myself not into the heavy Christian line. The topic of the New World Order and the big conspiracy are not new to me. I have researched this subject myself for many years and am not one to automatically write off people who do the research as crackpots. However, I believe the Christian perspective is just one of many paths leading to a dead end and not the truth. My own studies have led me to believe the power behind world problems is a group that is very obvious, in plain sight, has been around doing the same things for a very long time, and is never allowed to be talked about in today's public forums. All the talk about freemasonry, the black pope, satanists, the antichrist, aliens and countless other reasons are mere distractions. And while there is a lot of actual symbolism out there connected to many "secret" organizations, when the study is carried forward the same group is universally found behind all these. Sadly, Christian fundamentalists are probably the most duped and easily pointed in the wrong direction. Formal religion is probably the hardest mind control to break people free from.
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This book is a warning. Don't take that ID chip! No matter what kind of excuse our government give us!
This story opens with a expert performing a building implosion, that in itself was facinating! I could imagine the building folding down on top of itself. Some people are sounding the alarm and the bad guys are trying their darndest to silence them so that the New World Order can continue.

A good read. I can read past the editorial stuff. Don't let that stop you from reading this book.

This book screams for a sequel. Come on Fran, finish the story!
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By JMW-1955 on October 18, 2012
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A friend recently loaned me her copy of this book. First of all, the cover design really grabbed my attention; it sounded like a good change of pace from my usual non-fiction reading. I finally settled in to read a few pages to see what I thought, and I was irreversibly hooked by page 10; there was no turning back. I am giving 4 stars strictly for editing and proofreading slips, but that is because I am a health professional and very tuned in to every jot and tittle, the spelling of every word....that being said, I read the book to the END, including some very enlightening info in the back pages referencing websites and suggested reading. That info alone is invaluable. As a Christian, I noticed immediately the two scripture passages before page 1, and assumed this would be Christian fiction. While there were a few things I would have edited/corrected differently, it did not change the impact the book had on me. Somehow, this bunch of characters became very, very real to me, and that alone drew me deeply into the story the author was weaving. I never felt "preached" to at any point. The author used many quotes from various sources throughout the book, but because of the story line, Scripture was quite necessary and appropriate; it is the reason for the story in the first place! Look up the various websites in the back of the book, and nothing in the book will seem far-fetched, but indeed plausible scenarios! I loved the way the author was able to put current applications to prophecies I am personally familiar with, and still keep me intrigued to the last page. I am buying several copies for friends; the purpose is to spur people on to do their OWN research and to be informed and cognizant of the application to the daily news and to their individual situations.
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This story was so realistic, it was scary. Everything could have been happening as I read it. A real page turner!!!
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