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Posted January 25, 2006
No one can doubt that the United States is vulnerable to terrorist attacks, especially in this post-911 era. Have you ever wondered: just how vulnerable are we? How easy would it be, really, for a dedicated group to disrupt our economic structure? Could an organization use the vast complexity of our society to obscure simple but effective strikes? Sleeper Cell explores these questions with a fast paced, well developed plot that forces the reader to keep reading to find out more, transfixed not just by the weave of the story, but also by the stunning comprehension that this story is not fabricated from outrageous ideas, but is set very firmly in the realm of possibility. This story grabs your attention and pulls you into a web of intrigue and politics and gritty every day life, from the first page right to the very end. Greg Smith has proven his ability to craft a tight, well constructed story and put it in a frame that is both terrifying and realistic. I bought the book through xlibri.com - but it was worth the wait.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 29, 2011
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