[Ebook] ➨ Ameriqaeda ➮ Markus Kane – Bassgrotto.co.uk

Ameriqaeda Undercover FBI Agent Ian Gray S World Is Turned Upside Down When He Discovers A Domestic Terror Group Unlike Any Other One Composed Of Americans Intent On Attacking The Muslim World As Gray Scrambles To Investigate This New Group, He S Confronted With Deadly Technologies, Spies, And A Group Of Fanatics As Dedicated And Lethal As Any Terrorist Organization In The World Their Plan Is In Motion They Have The Initiative And They Aim For Nothing Less Than The Destruction Of A Civilization FROM THE AUTHORIn His Book Our Final Hour, Sir Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal Of The United Kingdom, Estimates That The Probability That Humanity Will Survive The St Century Is About Percent He Says If Our End Does Come, It Will Likely Come At Our Own Hands, Either Through An Intentional Act Of Terror Or War, Or By An Accident Or Unexpected Use Of Powerful TechnologyFifty Percent A Coin Flip, With Humanity S Existence Resting On The Outcome Throughout Human History, The Amount Of Damage A Single Person, Or Small Group Of People, Could Inflict Has Been Relatively Small If Nero Did Set Rome Ablaze, Or If Mrs Oleary S Cow Did The Same To Chicago, That Was About As Much Destruction As A Single Person Could Muster Mass Destruction Was Only Capable By Armies Or Other Large Groups Of PeopleBut Not Any As History Progressed And Weapons Became Deadlier, Easier To Produce And Easier To Use, Our Ability To Kill Has Never Been Greater And Not Just At The Hands Of The Military A Single Person Now Has The Ability To Murder Or Maim Dozens, Hundreds, Perhaps Even Thousands Of People, Simply By Doing The Right Research And Getting The Right Materials Together Timothy McVeigh And Terry Nichols Showed How Some Fertilizer, A Rental Truck And A Primitive Fuse Could Bring About The Deaths Of People In An Instant The Terrorists Of Showed How A Slightly Larger Group Could Kill Thousands Does Anyone Believe These Men Would Not Have Used A Nuclear Bomb If They Had Access To One Or Any Weapon They Could Get Their Hands On As Long As They Could Kill As Many People As Possible It Will Only Get Easier One Day, Perhaps Very Soon, Average People Might Very Well Gain The Ability To Kill Millions Of People At Any Given Time How Does The World Go On When Everyone S Life Depends On Every Person Choosing Not To Become A Terrorist I M Not Sure Anyone Knows That Answer This Is The Question That Lies At The Heart Of Ameriqaeda One Man Believes He Knows The Answer He Is So Certain Of This, That He Is Willing To Kill To Ensure Humanity Can Survive This Coming Technological Pubescence

15 thoughts on “Ameriqaeda

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    Article first published as Book Review Ameriqaeda by Markus Kane on Blogcritics.In a post 9 11 world, when anger and excuses seem to have waned, a new type of terrorist organization has begun to seep into the very consciousness of the United States Years in the making, working on and manipulating those most in need, an organization yet unnamed, makes its entrance into the landscape The entire fabric and planning is both masterminded and directed by one man, Dr Oberon Crevan He has both the means and opportunity to create an apocalyptic scenario His intelligence is off the charts and he is well respected in his field And yet there is something off, something about him that makes him think in a different realm, he feels as if he is than human, then his fellow man And as such he has the right to decide both life and death of a global scale.Special Agent Ian Gray has been in the FBI for some time Undercover assignments were his strong point and he had just completed his most recent As he is debriefed and ready to get his next assignment, he finds that his Section Chief, Donald Crowhurst has concerns with his mental fitness He is ordered to stand down for some rest Taking the time to make his own decisions, he unwinds with his son This time is precious, his son born with downs syndrom...

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    I thought this was a pretty decent first novel sort of a lighter version of Tom Clancy s early books I say lighter because the scope of the novel is domestic FBI than international CIA , and it was less detailed However, like Tom Clancy, there is a fair bit of technical information that will most likely be new to the layperson Faraday cages, hafnium 178m2, NEST, among others It also contains a rather unique and ingenious idea for a weapon, as well as a novel use of a microwave oven.The narrative is third person and focuses mainly on the protagonist, an FBI agent named Ian Gray However, it shifts quite often to other characters and events as needed to advance the story The language is straight forward and functional, making it well suited to this kind of story The plot is fairly fast paced, with the bulk of it happening in less than 10 days.I m not into action packed thrillers in general, but I still enjoyed this one I would have preferred a slower pace, introspection and reflection, and detailed descriptions of th...

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    Ian Gray is an FBI agent who works undercover He is given an extremely secret assignment to investigate a suspected domestic terror group There are suspicions that the terror group may have infiltrated the FBI, CIA and other organisations, hence the extreme secrecy Gray is a technophobe, and so a female agent, Amber Lynd from the Department of Energy is assigned to work with him.The plot is interesting, and sufficiently believable The man that Gray and Lynd have to oppose is Dr Crevan, a man of extraordinary intelligence, and sufficient patience to spend years setting up the complex plan that Gray and Lynd have to thwart The author includes plenty of technical details, but there is also some family background and a little romance.There were numerous spelling and grammatical errors Not quite enough to make me stop reading though I came close at times , but certainly enough to be very irr...

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