Enemies Foreign and Domestic

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    Enemies Foreign and Domestic

    Just finished reading it. EXCELLENT book. I recommend those that have not read it give it a read. Some scary similarities in there (beginning) to VA after VT shootings. Really makes you think...what would you do?

    And actually, the quote from my signature is in there.
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    I just started it and have read about 5-6 chapters. Glad I'm easing into my vacation tomorrow for the next week. I'll have something to read on the plane and during the occasional lounge around the pool and before napping while I'm in Las Vegas.
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    it was an EXCELLENT book! the "sequel" is quite good too

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    The author, Matt Bracken is a friend of mine. I read this a couple of years ago. I've been trying to find time to read volume #2 of the series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExSoldier View Post
    The author, Matt Bracken is a friend of mine. I read this a couple of years ago. I've been trying to find time to read volume #2 of the series.
    Ex, do you have a link I can go to to buy the sequel to EFAD? I had it once, but I lost it.


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    Here you go....

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Crunch View Post
    Ex, do you have a link I can go to to buy the sequel to EFAD? I had it once, but I lost it.
    http://matthewbracken.web.aplus.net/bookde.htm
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    Actually, I am in the first couple of pages to the sequel...but what exites me is that he put a couple of notes in the beginning saying it is a TRILOGY. I devoured the first book in a week.
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    Great book. I'm currently rereading it.
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