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Book Review: 1/1: JIHAD - BRITAIN by Jack Everett

, by Mystee


Book Description

 January 12, 2011
New Years' Eve: the world parties on unaware as a toll of death far beyond 9/11 and 7/7 spreads across Britain. The UK makes its own rules as 1/1 dawns and they don't include fair play. A global-warming fuelled disaster engulfs the country. Can its citizens pull together despite differing skin colour and culture? Years later and still at large, the New Year bomber has a private agenda and a nuclear bomb.

Product Details

  • File Size: 593 KB
  • Print Length: 326 pages
  • Publisher: Acclaimed Books (January 12, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004IZLJE4
Rating: 5/5

Review: An extreme Jihad war against Britain is the setting for this post 9/11 tale of terrorism. This book has the perfect heroes that aren't afraid to make the tough choices others may hate. 
Jack and David have managed to make perfect characters. Perfect as in realistic. Sometimes their personal sides show at the worst times. Something we can all relate to. But they all have a strength that everyone has also had to pull forward to use {definitely not in this type of situation, but everyone has that point where they have to dig deep to survive something that comes into their life}.
The *bad guys* have been equally well formed with their lust for vengeance. 
This book draws you in and as the story is set, makes you feel a range of emotion and capture a clear picture in your head. It was very hard to put down.
Not simply a story of a war and terrorism, this book was a wonderful read and would work for those that enjoy a variety of genres.





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