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Publisher's Summary

The last battle for freedom is underway....

By the end of Glenn Beck’s number-one best-selling political thriller The Overton Window, a young rebel named Molly Ross had torn aside the curtain to reveal a shadow war being waged for the future of America. In the six months since then, her fight for freedom hasn’t gone well. Marked as traitors and hunted by ruthless government-sanctioned mercenaries using the most advanced surveillance technologies ever created, Ross and her "Founders' Keepers" find themselves cornered and standing alone. but the fight is far from over.

The battle lines in this bitter rivalry are as old as civilization itself: On one side, an unlikely band of ordinary Americans, ready to make their last stand in defense of self-rule, freedom, and liberty - and on the other, an elite cabal of self-styled tyrants who believe that unlimited power should be wielded only by the chosen few. That group, led by an aging, trillionaire puppet-master named Aaron Doyle, will stop at nothing to destroy the myth that man is capable of ruling himself.

As Doyle prepares to make his final move toward a dark, global vision for humanity's future, new allies join the fight and old enemies change sides. In the midst of it all, Molly draws together a small but devoted group willing to risk their lives to infiltrate one of the most secure locations on earth - a place holding long-standing secrets that, if revealed, would forever change the way Americans view their rare, extraordinary place in history. Exposing these truths, and the real-life game of chess being played for mankind’s freedom, is their last chance to save the country they love.

©2013 Glenn Beck (P)2013 Simon & Schuster

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Wow.....just wow.

The story exceeded my expectations. Suspenseful, riveting, shocking, with an eerily prophetic tone. I highly recommend it.

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great part 2 to the faction story

great ending to Glen's first part the Overton Window. I found them both a very entertaining factional story and educational as well.

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  • William
  • Haslet, Texas, United States
  • 06-21-14

I love this stuff!

What made the experience of listening to The Eye of Moloch the most enjoyable?

The story was interesting and kept me engaged. I love the way real world is mixed with speculation...speculation that I can see as possible!

What did you like best about this story?

It makes you think!

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Is this where America is headed?

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Didn't want it to end

Makes you wonder, if this could really happen. A riveting story, very well written and researched.

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  • Robert
  • SCOTTSDALE, AZ, United States
  • 10-29-13

Couldn't follow

This was rough. Even read the first one of this series but it just went way out there. Too many giant leaps without telling us how you got there. Don't usually start and not finish but that was the case with this one.

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  • Terri
  • Hartsville, SC, United States
  • 10-29-13

Reality

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As I listened to this book, I was amazed at how it mirrored today's news. Uncanny. I remember listening to Glenn Beck last summer stating that he was not going to release the book until the time was right. Well the time was definitely right. Took me a little time to get oriented back into the characters from the Overton Window, but once I was in sync, it was fast paced and, as always, an eye opener.

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Great Story - Confusingly told

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I would recommend this book to all.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

Left me wanting more.

Which scene was your favorite?

The entire beginning chapter and how they escaped capture. Chilling executed.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Yes I would.

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A solid, complex, chilling, political thriller that spins a confusing web of story styles into an all encompassing over view of modern day progressive liberalism and the truly evil agenda that it encapsulates.

I bought the audio book version of the book today from Audible and listened to all afternoon. I have to say that over all the book is pretty entertaining, chilling, and somewhat interesting. However it had a rather blatant disjointed, haphazard, mufti-authored, disconnect to it that made it very confusing to listen too, let along, I assume, to read. While I found the story to be chilling I also found that the way in which it was assembled had me wondering if I had missed a few chapters of the previous book, The Overton Window.

To me the book seemed filled with chapters that were well written, enjoyably suspenseful, insightful, yet seemingly written by many different authors. This effect brought a sincere sense of confusion to the over all flow of the story and to the book as a whole.

While much of the book was filled with political insight into the minds and ideology of hard core progressive liberalists, a significant portion delved into what I thought to be the heart and soul of those involved in the events encapsulated by the story. The book can be summed up as; A truly chilling mosaic of current political events spun out of control by agents of willful chaos and those who are caught up within the struggle and those who choose to just "ignore" the reality that surrounds them. Freedom is nothing more than what we are given by those who know there is no freedom but what freedom they grant to us.

All in all this is a good political thriller written in the multiple story telling styles of Vince Flynn, Brad Thor, and Glenn Beck. A truly chilling tale of the evil that is modern day progressive liberalism and how it is progressing through the body of liberty and killing it from within. Apart from the disjointed feel of the story, the over all story is outstanding and relevant to the issue we are facing in today's world. A solid book worthy of a place on any ones book shelf.

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  • Phil
  • edelestein, IL, United States
  • 08-26-13

Not a bad listen at all

I enjoyed it - if you lisen closely Mr Beck threads in real life events into the fiction.

Might get his other, older fiction book

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A frightening peak at America’s present day unraveling

I find myself becoming more and more incensed by those who are either blinded by or completely ambivalent towards the very same PR campaigns targeted at them that Bernays unleashed upon the American People almost 100yrs ago. Those who say, “I don’t have anything to hide” when voluntarily surrendering their privacy or willfully handing their freedom over to the government in the name of “security”. As Ben Franklin said, and I’ll paraphrase, those willing to surrender liberty for the perception of security deserves neither liberty nor security and WILL LOSE BOTH! Remove the Alexa’s and Google Home’s from your private spaces immediately. Amazon uses a Bernaysian word play when they claim Alexa is not listening to you all the time. It “only” activate when someone says the word “Alexa”. Using the Socratic method and a little critical thinking here, IF ALEXA IS NOT LISTENING TO YOU ALL THE TIME, HOW WOULD IT EVER KNOW WHEN YOU SAY, ALEXA? Hmm, how many of you reading my review just had an “a ha” moment?

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Loved this book!

The storyline was great and the narrator was very good too. I'm always trying to find a good book that an author has the ability to use the English language to express himself without the need to resort to foul language and ludeness. I highly recommend this series. This sequel is even better than the prequel.