Monday, January 16, 2017

Without Warning - A Review

Without Warning


Joel C. Rosenberg

A Review

For the reader looking for a mixture of “Designated Survivor”, a CBS TV show, and the modern (ca. 2017) political climate, Joel Rosenberg has put together a gripping and readable story that will grab the political thriller fan’s attention.

Starting with the terrorist attack of the century in Washington DC and moving to the very personal attack against J B Collins and his family in Bar Harbor, Maine, J B will travel the world to find the man responsible for much of the trouble in the world in which he finds himself. Working with unlikely colleagues from the United States, Israel, Egypt, Turkey, and Pakistan, J. B. will learn the meaning of faith and sacrifice in order to accomplish his task.

Though the book’s ending is not completely satisfying, the author does make it clear that, as the saying goes, freedom is not free – it comes with a cost, a cost that J B Collins and others were willing to pay.
This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review. The opinions expressed are my own.

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