Saturday, October 19, 2013

A Short Book Review, Enemies, Foreign And Domestic by Matt Bracken

I just finished reading the free Kindle version that Mr. Bracken so graciously offered to everyone last weekend.

What do I think?

I think someone should already be filming the movie.

As a matter of fact, I am going to buy the dead tree version of the trilogy, I liked it so much.

It's a real page turner, I hated having to stop reading because I had to go to work the next day.
There is plenty of action to keep you flipping the pages to see what happens next!

At five hundred and fifty pages, I could read this at one sitting if I started early enough and didn't have to do anything the next day.

It's not some far fetched science fiction, in the current political climate we are in right now this could very well be a possible future for this country.

He does a great job of weaving his characters in and out of the evolving story line and is all over the technological warfare we are under right this minute.

I definitely give this read two thumbs up.

Like I said, I liked it so much I am going to buy it.
You can't be much more sincere than that.


  1. I already have the dead tree version of the trilogy, and Castigo Bay. All are fairly dog eared and have been loaned out an numerous occasions. I do not fear getting 'em back, as I loan to a very select few persons that I trust.

    So when I saw that they were going to be offered on Kindle for free, starting last week ( I think that the second one is available starting tomorrow) I had it put into my Kindle library.

    Matt is an excellent writer and his story's are spellbinding.

    I highly recommend 'em to everyone.


  2. I better read this while I wait for book 7 from 299 Days to come out in December.

  3. I've read it multiple times. Bracken's stories are by far the most plausible of the genre. Which is a little scary.

  4. I've read them all more than once. I'm surprised you haven't read then before now.

  5. Volume II, "Domestic Enemies: The Reconquista", is out free on Amazon Kindle, today.



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