How does the American dream of owning a home become a nightmare? Banks give away too much money. A domino effect brings down the stock market, and soon the country is in crisis. Few citizens, politicians included, understand the ramifications, until it is much too late -- until the country is on the cliff's edge, ready to fall.
Three men in California know something is coming, but are helpless to fight a monster so big. Dexter Chance, adopted as a small child, has had his entire life engineered by a shadow group who want him elected president. Captain Alexander Stride leads America's final battle in Afghanistan. And finally, Police Sergeant John Carter fights to find a safe house for his family as his beloved country crumbles around them. Will these men survive the fallout, or like America, will they too be destroyed in the epic fall of 2014?
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Very well written!! Absolutely Brilliant Content Definitly Exciting!! I really enjoyed the story within the story. I especially liked the story of the family running for their lives. I highly recommend this book!!! I had to go buy another one because my husband kept taking my copy!! Well worth the read!! 5 Stars
Long Fall From Grace is a fine achievement for my brother. I have tried to review all the works of Craig objectively and I will continue that. After waiting patiently for several months I finally began the journey through his first published work, not knowing whether I would be even more proud or embarrased. There is no need for embarrasement with Long Fall From Grace. This is a well written, uniquely put together and unfortunately reads to easily. I found the three stories within the story a concept that I enjoyed immensely. Each story stands alone yet intertwines brilliantly as you will see. The storyline is continued throughout and each character was developed well. There was a surprise twist in the final story that was probably not highlighted well enough, but see if you too catch it. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and it lends itself very well to a sequel. I found myself thinking, so what's the final outcome, do they survive or are they conquered. This leaves the reader wanting more so well done Craig. The areas that I would have wanted some change in are, develop a few or the characters at a slower pace, take some of the gore out and the segways should be a bit smoother but other than that, the story is developing slowly and completely which I like. The characters are developed well and I personally know them by the time I was finished and the writing style is magnificent. You slide through the book so easily, the only perception you feel is that you want more. Well done brother!