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I look forward to the next one.
Even less frequently does it exceed the original, especially when the latter received numerous awards and hit all of the bestseller lists.
The characterizations are vivid and memorable; Rikki Epps continues to develop and fascinate, and new character Leo is a great foil.
Robert Ferrigno terrifically paints a dystopian America based on the direction that our "political correctness" may take us. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Charles Cook
i was glad to read more about the characters, especially the excursion into the bible belt. frankly i felt the sexually explicit passages were pornographic--that may have been the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by nancy holmes
As birth rates decline in Western cultures and birth rates continue to grow in the Muslim world, inevitably, the question is whether domination by Islam is a possibility in... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Rev. J. Setelik Jr.
Liked this 1 a lot thrilling and hard to put down. Very easy to follow and the characters are distinctivePublished 12 months ago by Jack K. Schiff
This was the first book I had read by this author and I wasn't disappointed. Very well written with a good mystery and suspense. I will be looking for by Robert FerrignoPublished 12 months ago by sonny
Even better than the first (didn't think it was possible). I'm gonna make this short as heart of the assassin awaits!!Published 19 months ago by David Bailey
I'd read this before, and have the first and last of the trilogy in hard copy; it's lovely to have the second part in Kindle format where I can read easily it whilst traveling. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
The Islamic states of America, Lives! One of my favorite pieces of future history.
My only regret is it should of be longer. Read more
This is not your father's America, but it may very well be your grandson's. In this incredibly creative book, much of the U.S. Read morePublished on June 26, 2011 by zorba