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Good story, excellent ideas,
This review is from: We the Enemy (Paperback)
First of all We the Enemy is an entertaining conflicted hero, action novel. On that level it is similar to many Grisham, Balducci or other stories, an entertaining, compelling read. If it were only that it would be one of many books that allow us a few hours in a world unlike our own that we visit to sample different lives or just escape our own.
However, there is much more going on here. Into into his dark view of what our society could look like not long from now the author weaves ideas about re-interpreted constitutional rights that make it difficult for these rights to be ignored, twisted or used for ill. It is these ideas that make this book stand out. Not just another action story but a good story with compelling notions that stick in the mind. These ideas seem so reasonable (and yet not impossibly Utopian) that they keep coming back, teasing you to make you wonder why they couldn't be tried.
It's a good story full of interesting characters with some of the most interesting ideas of justice around. I recommend it.