I love a good thriller. And the more realistic the thrill and terror are, the more drawn in I am. True with Black Friday as well. Yet, there is almost too much truth, too much realistic story lines, and too much potential for this work of fiction to become reality. Don’t let the opportunity to think like a killer slip past. Grab a copy of Black Friday and get drawn in.
Afraid it could happen? Me, too. Yet there is not a thing in the world anyone could do to prepare for such a well-planned or well delivered attack.
Worried about all our civil liberties should such events actually unfold in this country? You should be. Greg Gardner does an awfully good job of showing how heroes become victims and victims become prisoners of a government trying to save the lives of its citizens.
Don’t think this couldn’t happen. Here. Now. Reading Black Friday is like watching an endless feed of the 24 hour news channels on about a dozen television screens at once. It is information overload in high drive and you won’t want to miss one second of one report.
James A. Gregory – San Francisco, California