I think I would recommend this only because you'll want to continue thru the story. I was so looking forward to a greater amount of new content. I have to say that I was disappointed by the lack of any "moving along". I felt just about like we left off about where we wound up at the end of the first series of books. I didn't hate it. I just felt a little cheated. I also didn't like the narration nearly as well as Todd McLaren's. When you pick up where another narrator leaves off you really ought to work on the pronunciations of the names of major characters. For instance if you were familiar with a lizard named Strayhaw you may need a couple of chapters to figure out that Strawhaw is the same lizard. Also the hissing speak the narrator added was less than necessary. I'll be continuing on with the series because 1. I'm dying of curiosity and 2. I've already purchased the rest of the books. Ha. I sure hope Harry doesn't let me down. He had all my confidence going in.
Usually the story get's told a little more completely than in this particular novel.
In a country obsessed with fears of ciggarettes, gay mariage, nail files on airplanes and hundreds of other unfounded concerns, this story (this reality) is laying in wait.
From the forward from Newt Gingrich through to the end, this book grabs you by the shirt and slaps you into realization. It is gripping and fast paced. Heart stopping and heart breaking.
I only hope we won't be foolish enough to ignore the message. Our electrical grid can be protected at a cost of just a few billion. I don't want to ask myself afterwards "what were we thinking?"
Listen and then act.
The author created such emotional attachment that I had to care.
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