Critical Mass

Critical Mass

Book - 2009
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What would we do if a nuclear weapon was detonated in Washington, and the US government suddenly disappeared? What would we do if a terrorist organization announced that it had concealed nuclear weapons in ever major western city and then demanded that the entire planet embrace its twisted brand of Muslin fundamentalism? In Critcal Mass, nuclear interdiction expert James Deutsh and his tormented Muslim wife, Nabila, struggle to stop an impending nuclear attack on an American city. Along the way, they delve deep into the hidden world of nuclear terrorism and the experts who strive to contain it, and get a compelling look at the titanic battle within Islam over its own future--fundamentalist and rejecting, or compassionate and life-embracing? Like Whitley Strieber's classics Warday and The Coming Global Superstorm, Critical Mass is torn straight from the dark pages of a very dangerous and very possible future.
Publisher: New York : Forge, 2009.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780765322531
0765322536
9780765362476
Branch Call Number: STR
Characteristics: 301 pages ; 25 cm

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kmre_37
Dec 27, 2015

Reads more like a non-fiction !

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rahmmie
Jun 01, 2013

I really liked this book. It's one of those that I wish had been twice as long. The author's style is not that good and the plot is not original, but the genius is in the approach and the description. Instead of feeling like fiction, it feels like you're reading a report on a real event

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