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Keeps you wondering how it will end.
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Posted August 31, 2014
A highly-recommended, must-read book one hopes will stay a work
A highly-recommended, must-read book one hopes will stay a work of fiction.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Buried amid all the seemingly urgent hyperbole of current events over the antics of ISIS, Hamas, and a myriad
other Islamic players and the reactions they illicit on the global stage; is the slow, persistent yet aggressive march
of IRAN towards realizing FULL NUCLEAR WEAPONS CAPABILITY.
While the world’s media and general population are kept breathless and preoccupied by “always fresh” reports of
bombings and beheadings; IRAN has gradually recovered most of its money once held by sanctions. It has also
managed to delay nuclear disarmament talks repeatedly.
The smokescreen is working!
The Last Israelis by Noah Beck is a work of fiction but, as I monitor the simultaneous events spanning the globe,
it eerily edges closer to reality.
In my youth I enjoyed and savored the science fiction, short stories of Ray Bradbury. Who would have known that
almost everything he wrote about would become so ubiquitous in our day, just a few decades on?
I shudder to think that what Noah Beck wrote as a warning to our world leaders would go unheeded and we would
awake one day realizing it has become non-fiction.
Noah Beck writes intuitively but with a firm grasp of current events and human nature.
There are many lessons about choices and the far-reaching effects of the decisions we make today that we can
learn from The Last Israelis…time will be well served if we read it; if only to make sure that it does stay a work
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