Awesome book, inn today's political condition this book will make you think.
The is a great work of fiction with a lot of facts. Great book to read to get an idea of what's happening to our country!
I admit I wasn't too eager to listen to something by this author, but he is an excellent storyteller and his observations on American life and the way it is declining are woven into a very entertaining tale. A good diversion.
A good first effort for this author. It's an interesting book that, if you have an open mind, you'll find engaging.
I'm a fan of Beck's show, but this book was hideous. I don't know if it's because he's writing to the lowest-common-denominator in the thriller audience or if it's just because he sucks at fiction, but hooo boy. Get something by William Gibson.
Not the best narrative and somewhat slow and preachy in parts, but the overall them and learning about the "Overton Window" makes you think. And that's a good thing.
I am huge fan of Becks T.V. show, but he should stick to his day job and away from fiction novels. I thought that the characters were very plain. Noah Gardner, the main character was a complete bore. The real facts that are thrown in read like a text book. Anyone who's read Killer Angels would probably agree with me about this. The plot develops quickly, but then fails to have a thrilling climax.
This was a good book. It isn't very long, to be honest, but it is very interesting and definitely suspenseful. I enjoyed it and look forward to others as it will obviously be a series. Very good!
Glenn Beck, the nationally syndicated radio and Fox News television show host, is the author of five previous #1 "New York Times" bestsellers: "Arguing With Idiots, " "An Inconvenient Book, Glenn Beck's Common Sense", " ""The Christmas Sweater, "and his children's version of "The Christmas Sweater". "America's March to Socialism" is available now from Simon & Schuster Audio or downloadable from Simon & Schuster Online. He is also the author of "The Real America" and publisher of "Fusion" magazine. Visit www.glennbeck.com.