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The Revisionists: A Novel
     

The Revisionists: A Novel

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by Thomas Mullen, Robert Fass (Narrated by)
 

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ISBN-13:
9781611137941
Publisher:
AudioGO
Publication date:
10/01/2011
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 6.10(h) x 1.30(d)

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The Revisionists 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
KenCady More than 1 year ago
Thomas Mullen creates a frightening world where the government has outsourced so much of its intelligence work that the outsourcees maybe have just a bit too much power and no oversight. So if they are going to use their knowledge for bad, who can stop them? One thing is for sure- this book will make you think while it entertains you with a fascinating story.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
The government insures history does not repeat the mistakes of the past. Thus when agent Zed's wife and daughter die in an accident, he is granted two months to grieve his loss. When his allowed mourning time ends, operatives arrive at his apartment to remove any hint they lived. Zed understands the importance of prevention as his job is to insure the past happens but not repeated in the present. His current assignment is to go back in time to insure the early twenty-first century great Conflagration occurs by protecting the Events that led up to this calamity from the Revisionists time traveling historical agitator Hags who want to rewrite history. At a parking lot overlooking the Potomac he eliminates two Hags trying to prevent the abduction of a reporter. However, he soon finds himself butting heads with Leo the former CIA agent, Tasha the corporate lawyer grieving her loss, and Sari the Indonesian maid enslaved by a nasty Korean couple. This thriller is a super tale in which the "perfect" future is protected at all costs to the past. Rather than trying to prevent the Event that shapes the future, Zed and the government protect the Events leading to the big one. Although there is stereotyping and hyperbole in the modern day, the spin on the world's problems is fascinating as to the victors go the Revisionists history books in which the masses numbly accept as truth even when it is harmful to those individuals. Readers will appreciate the present and future converging in DC. Harriet Klausner