The Big Bang

The Big Bang In this page turning post apocalyptic thriller Roy M Griffis explores an alternate timeline in which America falls victim to a coordinated attack by Islamic jihadists and Chinese Communists It s

  • Title: The Big Bang
  • Author: Roy M. Griffis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In this page turning post apocalyptic thriller, Roy M Griffis explores an alternate timeline in which America falls victim to a coordinated attack by Islamic jihadists and Chinese Communists It s 2008 and George W Bush is still president Three years later, the man called Lonesome George is in hiding, leading the resistance from a secret location Multiple plot lineIn this page turning post apocalyptic thriller, Roy M Griffis explores an alternate timeline in which America falls victim to a coordinated attack by Islamic jihadists and Chinese Communists It s 2008 and George W Bush is still president Three years later, the man called Lonesome George is in hiding, leading the resistance from a secret location Multiple plot lines skillfully braid the tales of resistance fighters in various parts of the country Whistler is the hard bitten commander of a military unit in Texas Karen, a former congressional aide, stumbles through the radioactive rubble of Washington DC Molly, a leftwing columnist in San Francisco, finally puts her talents to good use on the underground radio as the voice of the resistance Alec, a famous Hollywood actor, loses his wife and daughter in the nuclear attack on Los Angeles and becomes a legendary fighter, inventing the gun that bears his name A vivid imagining of an America gone horribly wrong, written in gripping detail Clever, witty, tense, and a thoroughly enjoyable read Ben Shapiro, Editor in Chief of TruthRevolt and author of Bullies How the Left s Culture of Fear and Intimidation Silences America 2012 A wild romp through a post apocalyptic America unimaginably awful but also highly contemporary Buckle your seat belts and prepare to resist Rich Lowry, Editor of National Review

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    1. The events of September 11th gave America a fleeting gift, and it was this: moral clarity. That day, and for a brief time afterwards, almost everyone in the country “got it.” But sadly, before long, politics rotted away the love of country and freedom that had risen to the top. America’s flaws, empathy for her enemies, and relativism were once again emphasized. Eventually, people lost their grasp on that transient, exhilarating moment when we were all patriots.To this day, many Americans s [...]

    2. Book one of the Lonesome George Chronicles is what I call “an eye opener.” Never mind that September 11, 2001 was an eye opener for many Americans. This is a fact, but unfortunately some Americans either closed their eyes to the actual threat (which is now bigger and closer) or were caught up in party politics and the media jamming that followed. All of that is water under the bridge.Lonesome George is apocalyptic fiction with a point. If readers reflect on this book in an honest manner thei [...]

    3. Pros: post-Isis anarchy in defeated USA - scary but interesting alternate universe to considerCons: This is not a particularly well written novel. Characters are too big, too broad, too cheesy, too loud.I liked the post-apocolyptic 'what if', but would have preferred some finesse in character framework, despite this being a concept that required some tough leading men (d women)

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