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Stealing Second (The Amendments Book One 1) by [Antinozzi, Nicholas]
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  • File Size: 765 KB
  • Print Length: 172 pages
  • Publisher: Nicholas Antinozzi; 2 edition (February 10, 2013)
  • Publication Date: February 10, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BEJXV4S
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I have read many of Nicholas Antinozzi's books. I love the way he so skillfully creates characters. This book, is ABOVE all his other books, ASTOUNDING and a story I will never forget for the rest of my life! I am reminded of Hitchcock, The Twilight Zone, and over-the-top finesse! He has OUT-DONE himself. This has GOT TO BE A MOVIE! This has GOT to be his finest work, so far! I could NOT put it down, could NOT wait to get back to the story and will look for any and ALL books that he writes! I think he's about to become SERIOUSLY famous!!
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We never do find out why the police, national guard and military - three of the most pro-gun groups of people in our country - agree to collaborate with what-ever government in taking everyone's guns and killing anyone on the spot if they even look like they might disagree with the idea.

Nor do we ever learn how UN peacekeepers (from Canada, no less) agree to enter an American civil war and side with those murdering the civilian population.

We do learn that our hero has a totally infantile romantic life and that his thick-and-stupid group get saved by mind-reader.

The author threatens a sequel: don't bother.
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By Les Sheaffer on November 27, 2013
Complete garbage. I am sorry, I had high hopes for this based on reviews. The writing sounds like something a high school kid would write, the story is disjointed and just plain silly much of the time. A guy who is a mind reader, survivalists with gold bars in backpacks, corrupted oath keepers, etc. The narrator is awful, poor delivery and mush mouthed. This is the first book I have ever returned to audible. Simply awful.
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Well I have been a fan of Nick Antinozzi and his latest book, Stealing Second (The Amendments) was on the money especially with all of the news about assault weapons needing
To be banned. I love the characters, especially Gary, and Nick always has some characters you love to hate, like Madison. Yes the book is about the Second Amendment, but to me,
Nick 's books is really about our 1st Amendment and allow us to read and think for ourselves and understand that our Freedoms are not free and we the people need to make sure they are not taken away from us. I am already wanting to read the next masterpiece by Mr Antinozzi, so quit ice fishing and get to writing! Do you know what I mean?
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The federal government has suddenly decreed that all firearms are being made illegal and has given the populace two weeks to turn them in or face prison terms. When citizens start protesting and things turn violent, twenty-something Gary Smith thinks it might be best if he gets out of the city and heads for his parents' farm for the duration of the troubles. When he accepts the offer of a ride from some acquaintances heading out, his troubles really begin as he finds himself in the middle of a brutal civil war pitting ordinary people against professional soldiers.

This book managed to throw in a huge measure of just about every conspiracy theorists' worst dreams, a dollop of soap opera romance, and a dash of the paranormal. I could get through the FEMA camps, blue-helmeted UN soldiers, gun confiscations, and even the romance, but it was that paranormal bit, even as small as it was, that finally turned me off this book.

The main character, Gary, seemed to be an okay, ordinary guy that simply found himself in over his head and dealt with the situations he was in the best he could. Not always making a wise decision, he could at least be understood as doing the best he could when under pressure. Unfortunately, he did seem to base decisions on his libido rather than rational thought in many cases.

Another main character Cathy, a deserter from her unit of the National Guard, is even worse with her decision making practices which constantly put her daughter in danger. I found her completely unlikeable and wondered why anyone would put up with her waffling, especially in life-threatening situations. Her young daughter, Violet, is just plain spooky and is a major player through most of the story.
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By JK on December 1, 2015
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The second Amendment is so very important, we enjoy so many freedoms that could just disappear. We need the advantages of the Second Amendment to have guns to maintain our freedoms. This book expresses this thought-provoking to what might happen if it is every lost. Great read. Jk
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Very good story line and character development. Someone mentions offensive language and I did not see it as being outside of the story or character development, as that would be likely to happen in this type of scenario. For those of you who get upset at lack of editing.....it was fairly good and the only errors were small words being left out of a sentence (of, a, etc.), which is just a sign of an author who is writing as quickly as his thoughts will allow the story to unfold and sometimes something gets through. Very minor in nature or quantity, so don't get bogged down. Ultimate question, will I read this author again? You bet!
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Here it us 4:00 am and just now finished Stealing Second. I could not put the book down as usual with Nicks books. Anyone paying attention to what is transpiring in our country will understand how relevant this book is to what may happen. Right, left, conservative,liberal are just labels made up to divide us so we the people keep looking at each other with hate rather than pay attention to the crooks running the government. Even those who don't own firearms should still care that they are trying to make us defenseless. If the guys who do have them lose them there are no more freedoms left for any of us.
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