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If I could give this book 10 stars I sure would!
on July 2, 2013
First of all, I commend this author for writing this book. People who had any connection in some way with 9/11 will respect this book for the fine story it tells about people then and a few years after that.
This book is fantastic! For some September 11th brought a more intense love of this great country because when you come close to loosing something, you tend to value it more. For others, it brought them closer to their God. I live in New Jersey, right across from where the Twin Towers USED to be.
The author has had the courage to write this story as he sees it. The story may not be considered 'politically correct' but being politically correct simply means you don't tell the truth. It is long past time this country started being honest about what is going on in this world. We can grow stronger in truth but not with evasions.
One reviewer used the term 'Christian fiction". I really take offense to that. There is no fiction when people believe in God and/or pray to Him for help through situations, especially when getting assaulted by a terrorist. For Christians, God gives us strength. Same as Jehovah gives Jews strength.
As for comments this book is anti-Islam, this is just not true. This book speaks out against Radical Islam which are those who follow Mohammed and his supposed interpretation of the Koran. Radical Islam is different from Islam. People who do not understand this need to do their homework.
The story is well written and it combines some fiction with actual world events. The characters are written with how people would be in this story if the events happened. The attributes the author has given these characters are true to form for how people were after 9/11. Author has told no lies about world events. People just have to read this book with clear vision and not the rose colored glasses some people like to wear.
The characters in this book are well written. They are defined with a slant to what 9/11 did to them, and what being terrorized by a radical Muslim does to them and makes them feel like. In this context, the characters of this book are right on target.
I have been more harsh with this review than any I can remember in a long time. Some people who review book just anger me. They do so with no actual knowledge of what they write. This is not fair to the author, or the subject matter.
I recommend this book highly. I recommend it for all age levels.