Prayers for the Assassin, by Robert Ferrigno asks what would happen if the terrorists win. In 2015, after the simultaneous suitcase-nuke attacks destroy New York and Washington, D.C. --- attacks blamed on the Israeli Mossad --- a civil war breaks out. An uneasy truce leaves the nation divided between an Islamic republic with its capital in Seattle, and the Christian Bible Belt in the old South.
I finished reading it yesterday, and while it’s not the greatest novel in the world, it’s a page-turner and it may be the last truly free novel published before the scimitar lances off the free press. It’s a dystopic nightmare set in dhimmi America, and with each passing day it seems less like a novel than a biography written for characters who haven’t been born yet in an era that’s not here yet, but inevitably will be. Reading it will at least help you prepare for the bloody, dhimmi future. Or decide to fight it. George Orwell’s boot stomping on a human face forever is morphing rapidly into a sandal stomping out the human mind, forever. Prayers for the Assassin is a warning of what’s to come. I agree with the reviewer at the Philly Inquirer—if you only read one novel in 2006, Prayers for the Assassin should be the one you read.
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