On Black Friday, the aliens attacked. The human race was enslaved. But soon, everything will change.
©2001, 2002, 2005, 2006 William C. Dietz (P)2014 Tantor
"[B]reakneck pacing, good action scenes, and unexpectedly strong characterization, alien-invasion buffs should enjoy." (Booklist)
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"Interesting book about the way humans act."
I thought the ending was both a heart jerker and cliff hanger
If the book had a follow-up I would listen.
There was little science in this book. The aliens were just a backdrop. The story was about how humans in general and American in particular act when the structure of our society is torn. In that aspect I think it did a very credible job.
"concerned by low ratings."
This is an original story. Has nothing to do with any other book or movie. The people who gave this book a low rating must not have actually read or listened to the book. I enjoy ed the exploration of race based descrimenation. And the coming together of all humanity in the end. I can't wait to listen to the next book. William C. Dietz does his normal excellent story telling in a believable very non utopian future. Being from the area where this story takes place he has studied the northwest well. All places and land marks are spot on. Sorry for the spelling. Some words I have to spell phoneticaly do to dyslexia.
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