Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The christmas special


Dear Guys I very much enjoyed reading David Hearne's new novel titled The christmas special . In the last few days I read the book, which evolves around 2 teenagers who discover evidence of a pending terrorist attack. The book is an easy read that you will find very interesting and the story line touches on some very controversial issues. There is some heart breaking scenes in the novel. I was able to read the book over a one-day period. The christmas special is full of surprises and keeps you guessing in what direction it will take next. If you are having question in your mind what the novel is about, this summary should help you?

David Hearne’s new novel exposes a major terrorist attack scheduled for the morning of Christmas. A 16-year-old Muslim girl named Sheeva, who falls in love with a 19-year-old agnostic American boy, becomes the primary figures in the tumultuous story. The girl\'s father, Ali Hasson, is an Afghanistan doctor given political asylum in America because of the assistance he provided US forces during the onset of the war. Unknown to most, however, is the fact that Ali is a closet Islamic terrorist leader intent on orchestrating a devastating attack on America more deadly than that of nine eleven. Their targets are 3 nuclear power plants, numerous hospitals and churches - all attacked early Christmas morning.

The christmas special talks about the inability of the existing contingent of guards to properly secure nuclear power sites from damaging terrorist attacks. Force on force test done at these nuclear power plants has made it evident that the existing guards cannot repel an attacks by determined would be terrorist teams using automatic weapons and common commando tactics.
The resulting attack in "The Christmas Special" novel destroys many families and their next generation.
David Hearne writes this novel with a focus on the reality of fighting terrorism involving weapons of mass destruction. For more about this wonderful novel, visit The Christmas Special website and experience for yourself a very wonderful story.

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