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2.0 out of 5 stars
Some interesting details but essentially a poor story, 20 May 2009
There's just too many plot flaws and glearing inaccuracies for this book to draw you in. The author seemingly knows about guns, triage, military strategy etc. but falls down spectacularly in other areas such as economics and geopolitics. Essentially it's just one long pro-gun advert which asserts that a fair, democratic state cannot exist without the right to bare arms. Righto. His other book is probably a better bet for straight tactical advice although his credibility is somewhat diminished in my eyes having read this novel.