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The Beginning Of The End Paperback – May 15, 2013
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About the Author
Michael T. Snyder is a graduate of the University of Florida law school and he worked as an attorney in the heart of Washington D.C. for a number of years. Today, Michael is best known for his work as the publisher of The Economic Collapse Blog (http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/). Michael and his wife, Meranda, believe that a great awakening is coming and are working hard to help bring renewal to America.
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I forced my way through Tom & Melissa having an introductory conversation without regard that both of them had just been shot. I shook my head but kept on reading when Tom magically had a mini-GPS device in his pocket next to his car keys to throw on an agent's car before following him (not to mention the extra convenience of the mini-GPS device doubling as an explosive when Tom needed it to. Ugh!! "Deus Ex Machina" much?
I'm actually saddened, as this idea had a lot of potential, but the author simply was not an expert (or did not seek out sufficient expertise) in developing an array of different (believable) characters (news reporter, Bank hedge fund manager, secret agents...ugh). I gave this two stars because I still believe that the concept has potential, and that parts of the beginning sequence did have merit (at least I didn't catch myself shaking my head and grimacing through some of them).
I didn't like the story hinging on so many last second miraculous escapes. That was a little too much mission impossible.