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As he prepares to deliver the State of the Union address, the president of the United States is convinced the Islamic State is on the run, about to be crushed by American forces once and for all. But New York Times foreign correspondent J. B. Collins tells the president he's dead wrong. With the Middle East on fire, the Israeli prime minister dead, and Amman in ruins, Collins fears a catastrophic attack inside the American homeland is imminent. He argues that only an all-out manhunt to capture or kill Abu Kahlif - the leader of ISIS - can stop the attack and save American lives. But will the president listen and take decisive action before it's too late?

©2017 C. Rosenberg (P)2016 Brilliance Audio

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wow

wow, no, WOW.
I believe this is the best of all of Joel C Rosenberg's books, and I've listened to all of them.
Everything Joel did was brilliant. Just when I knew where he was going, just when I knew what had really happened. . . he didn't, it didn't.
Brilliant, and thank you Joel C Rosenberg

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Without Warning

All books in this series were awesome, this one was my favorite. I certainly didn't see the book ending this way. WOW! As many have said before Mr. Rosenberg's books could be headlines. These also give the readers much to think about. Mr. Rosenberg is one of my all time favorite authors. The narrator gave a rich, riveting performance.

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Just wow.

What an incredible and to this story, very impressed. Unpredictable and unique. Five stars Joel Rosenberg

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Wow wow wow!

What a great third book in the J.B. Collins series and a seemingly unbelievable ending to the series.

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Hard to put down.

Great story, very well read and ripped from today's headlines. It helps the infidel gain a better understanding of apocalyptic Islam.

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Good but lacking

When I found out the third book in the series was released I immediately purchased it excited to continue the story of JB. I will not go into details other than to say this book was not as good as the first two. Overall it felt like there was lots of filler and it felt very rushed in the end. It did not have the same tension the first two had. It almost felt as if a different person was tasked with finishing the trilogy. Overall very disappointing.

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kept me intrigued.

so much of this book is already happening and much more will be coming true soon

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  • Wayne
  • Matthews, NC
  • 03-14-17

Book 3 in the J. B. Collins trilogy

WOW! I do not know what to say. The first two novels in this trilogy had much less of author Rosenberg's Christian theology than most of his earlier books. Without Warning is a superb suspense thriller like Third Target and First Hostage, but at its heart it is a novel about, and which celebrates, Christian theology. Some people object to such novels so they should beware.

Protagonist J. B. Collins, an atheist, is a NY Times reporter who gets an interview with the leader of ISIS (ISIL) only to be taken captive and then released in Third Target. In First Hostage the US President is captured by ISIS and J. B. Collins in in the group that rescues him. In Without Warning ISIS goes after Collins' family in Maine killing his mother and his nephew and gravely injuring his sister-in-law and his niece. Collins' brother encourages him to read the Bible and ultimately he becomes a Christian. He sets out to find the leader of ISIS who has issued a fatwa calling for his death. I do not recall ever reading or listening to a novel with such an ending as Without Warning.

As a suspense thriller Without Warning is an outstanding novel fully earning 5 stars. Narration by David de Vries is also superb.

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Loved this book. and the series.

The Narrator was great. Loved this whole series. I was sad that it ended. Joel Rosenberg is an amazing writer.

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Slow and steady

Not quite my cup of tea. First Rosenberg book. Decent story a little preachy, good narrator. Just slow paced and too Dudley Right for my liking.

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