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Old 08-31-2010, 10:46 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by mrsquash View Post
Thanks for the tip. Looks like a good read. I just went to buy it and noticed that a sequel, "After America", was released last week, and is available as an ebook. Thought I'd mention it to you on the off-chance that you weren't aware of it yet.
I wrote this . . . "Book Report?" before I had completed the book.I was about 30 - 40 pages from the end. I was a little disappointed in a couple of the story lines (the book contains 5 story lines set in different parts of the world.)

I thought a couple of the story lines felt. . .condensed and artificially truncated. Not as satisfying an end to the story line as I thought they deserved. It may have been in an effort to set things up for the sequel.

That relatively minor flaw aside. I enjoyed the book very much and do not regret having read it. I will definitely get "After America"
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