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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 07, Matt rated it it was amazing Shelves: netgalley. First and foremost, a large thank you to NetGalley, Joel C.rionacibisra.cf
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Rosenberg, and Tyndall House Publishers for providing me with a copy of this book, which allows me to provide you with this review. Rosenberg returns with another powerful political thriller, the final instalment of this trilogy, that takes an interesting spin on ISIS and Western reactionism. Khalif and ISIS have perpetrated major and catastrophic attacks against infidel states and US-backers, culminating in the kidnapping of the American president and a massacre during a major Middle East peace summit both of which occur in past novels, familiar to the series fan.
Taylor wonders if he ought not to rescind his offer of a Presidential Medal of Freedom to the acclaimed journalist. When the Capitol is attacked during the Address, all hell breaks loose and Collins soon learns that ISIS has struck again, but on a much larger scale.
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Seeking to get away from the violence and drama, alongside an inability to stomach the lies Taylor seems to be spinning to the American public, Collins eyes a return to Maine with his brother, Matt. As they travel, a personal tragedy befalls them and Collins learns just how inept the Administration has become when it comes to ending the reign of terror that ISIS and Abu Khalif have over the world.
Could the answers be in the Middle East, where American allies can fight a war against this radical and apocalyptic Islam? Collins seeks to reinvent himself and must decide if he can take up the torch, using his own set of allies to help topple ISIS at its heart before the world must fall on blended knee and admit defeat to the terrorists. With a sensational culmination to a stunningly realistic series, Rosenberg shocks readers to the core. This story and the complete trilogy offer a poignant and blunt narrative, weaving through fact and plausible fiction.
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A must read for those who love political thrillers and can stomach mild Christian inculcation. I have long been a fan of Rosenberg and his political fiction. This is the third series I have devoured as quickly as the novels come off the presses, all using a strong biblical undertone paired against current events in one of the most unstable political powder kegs. Rosenberg gathers a wonderful cross-section of characters, pulled from key states that propel the story forward and seem plausible in the fight against ISIS.
Additionally, injecting realistic political and religious impairments brings a whole new level to the character interactions and places reality that much closer to the reader's grasp. While ISIS remains the buzz word in the news today and seems to permeate thriller novels to no end, I never tired of hearing Rosenberg's spin. I have mentioned how the same drivel bores and irritates me, Rosenberg's angle is not only refreshing, but more realistic than some secret operative mowing down anyone who utters 'Allah' before 'Hello'.
Those familiar with Rosenberg's novels will know that he has been found to offer eerie foreboding buried within his novels, perhaps tying all the pieces together as his protagonist is known for doing in this book. To treat Rosenberg's work as pure fiction is to ignore the nuances and attention to detail the author places as he pens his plots. The writing style is some of the best in the genre and the short chapters offer readers a wonderful ability to get hooked and beg themselves to read 'just a little more' as cliffhangers grow exponentially.
While I am not a fan of 'in your face' Christianity, I have become immune to some of it in Rosenberg's stories and dodge the born-again land mines that emerge throughout. Rosenberg knows what he is doing and readers should flock in his direction, if only to learn about the Middle East and its political importance on the world scene. Kudos, Mr. You have done it again with a powerful political thriller series that has me so captivated. I have promoted you and your work to as many people as will listen.
This novel proves yet again that my recommendations are well founded. View all 4 comments. Jun 07, Tim rated it did not like it.
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Halfway through, I decided I wanted no mas of J. Collins and this 3rd installment would be the final time I read or listen to a story in which he's featured. The character annoys more than entertains.
Alas, I'm not the only one whose finished. View all 8 comments. Mar 10, Ryan Hillis rated it it was amazing. View 1 comment. Jan 16, The Real Book Spy rated it it was amazing. See this review and more at www. Collins, a foreign correspondent for the New York Times, to take matters into his own hands. That concern deepens after he tries appealing to President Taylor, whom he has a personal history with, to change the weak language in his upcoming State of the Union address.
And he sat across the table from Kahlif when he vowed to destroy America. He also accurately reported the likelihood of another planned attack ISIS was coordinating, which was ignored by the president and various U. All of that has led to Collins having a deep understanding of the Islamic State, their leader, and what it is, exactly, they are trying to accomplish. Rather than listen to Collins, though, Taylor—who after the unfortunate events that took place in The First Hostage is enjoying a sky-high approval rating—doubles down on his claim.
Referring to the terror group as ISIL, he proceeds to tell Congress and the American people that America is, in fact, winning the fight against them.
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He also cautions everyone to refrain from judging practicing members of Islam because, contrary to what some will have you believe, the Islamic State has nothing to do with Islam. Collins escapes, only to hear the president retain the same talking points when addressing the nation later that evening. Fed up, J. Knowing that the best way to kill a snake is to cut off its head, Collins vows to go after Abu Kahlif, who is still hiding out and avoiding detection from foreign intelligence agencies around the world.
To do this, he teams up with unlikely partners who share similar goals, forming an unprecedented alliance to track down the terrorist mastermind. As the tone of the book shifts into a Robert Ludlum-like spy adventure following a surprise twist, Collins quickly finds himself in over his head and running out of options. When it comes to building suspense and tension, Rosenberg is merciless. With an unflinching plot that moves at blazing speeds, Rosenberg has packed more twists and turns into this novel than ever before as he continues to examine the threat ISIS poses to the rest of the world.
The jaw-dropping ending alone is worth the price of admission, and will leave readers speechless. Joel C. Rosenberg has made a career out of beating headlines with his political thrillers, none of which have been as timely as Without Warning , the stunning conclusion to his bestselling J. Collins trilogy. Book Details Author: Joel C.
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Rosenberg Series: J. View all 3 comments. An excellent ending to a riveting series.