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- Print Length: 404 pages
- Publication Date: November 10, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00PHJTLL8
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,352,879 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Anyway, the wife really was right on this one, and the book was so awesome, I was hooked from start to finish. The beginning story starts off with the usual explaining of characters in the book, but the plot thickens. It begins from the time of 9/11, the time that changed the lives of Americans and the world. I remember that sad daylike it was yesterday. When this book brought me back to that period with a well-written story, history and fiction mesh in a great way.
Its a great story that includes a Jihadist and an American Geneticist, with a bunch of characters the author went to great lengths to have big roles (and be three-dimensional) in the book. There are plenty of twists and relationships with each character. I'm not sure if the plot twists were what fueled the fire, but the book is a helluva ride, and sci-fi, paranormal lovers will want to read this one. Easily bored? Read this book for an immediate cure.
Change is a theme that is examined in depth, at many levels, in Milt May’s thriller The Next Day.
Jabril El Fahd had resisted inheriting his father’s hatred of the United States, until his mother dies at the hands of the American trade embargo. From that point forward, his goal in life changes from being a doctor to avenging his mother’s death by bringing America to its knees.
American geneticist Alex Smith loses his girlfriend in the Twin Towers on 9/11. At the same time, a continent away, he is infected with a virus he genetically modified. He fights to control the mental and physical changes the virus wreaks on his body, struggling to deal with creature he has become.
The 9/11 attacks were prelude to El Fahd’s plan to destroy America. He infects himself with a deadly virus in hopes of infecting the infidels from the west. El Fahd undergoes changes of his own, but unlike Alex, celebrates the monster he has become.
Mays has created deep characters who you will either sympathize with and root for, or despise and root against, but always believe as you weave through his plot-twisting, page-turning thriller.
You’ll wish you could read faster as Alex and El Fahd careen down a collision course, with the fate of the United States of America in the balance.... Recommend highly.
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