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Domestic Enemies: The Reconquista (The Enemies Trilogy Book 2) (English Edition) von [Bracken, Matthew]
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A novel about the deconstruction of the American national identity, and the loss of the Southwest. (2006) 540 pages in the print edition.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1758 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 544 Seiten
  • Verlag: Steelcutter Publishing (11. Mai 2011)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B0050K0GD6
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HASH(0x8e75e960) von 5 Sternen A timely story 30. August 2006
Von L. M. Jordan - Veröffentlicht auf
Reconquista (Marxist invasion, land reform), US apathy/cooperation, restrictive gun control, anti-terrorism legislation and other extra-constitutional government excesses set the stage for a non-stop, action filled new story about our favorite dark-haired, avenger, Ranya Bardiwell, six years after we last left her in Enemies Foreign and Domestic (EFD).

Sequels seldom live up to readers' expectations. However, the fertile ground prepared in Matthew Bracken's first work (EFF) is not wasted. We discover Ranya eeking out an existence in a camp for politcal prisoners, with no hope of release or knowledge of the whereabouts of her child. I had read the first few chapters of the novel online last year and was primed for resolution. As the story/threads developed, I could anticipate to some degree where we were going, but Bracken skillfully keeps you guessing.

I especially appreciate Bracken's accurate depiction of weapons use, unlike much of the outlandish skills of many greater-than-life protagonists in other works in this genre. What makes his two works sing in my estimation are the carefully crafted 3D characters who exist in a world not improbable.
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HASH(0x8e75ed68) von 5 Sternen "Domestic Enemies, the Reconquista" 29. August 2006
Von michael stamm - Veröffentlicht auf
I usually expect the sequel of a solid book to be a bit less than its predecessor. I was delighted to find Matt Bracken's "Domestic Enemies, the Reconquista" to be even better than his earlier "Enemies Foreign and Domestic".

The first book was solid, fast-moving, and enjoyable, but the second was even better. The subject matter of the second book is even more compelling than was the preceding book's, and Bracken's skill at developing his characters is impressive.

I did something I've not done since reading John Ross's "Unintended Consequences", which was to take every possible moment to devour the book on its first reading, stopping only for sleep and aspirin breaks.

This is an excellent book, alarming in message and compelling in tone. If you read no other novel this year, read Matthew Bracken's "Domestic Enemies, the Reconquista".
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HASH(0x8cf13f0c) von 5 Sternen the future, see it now 28. September 2006
Von bookloversfriend - Veröffentlicht auf
First of all, this book is NOT a mass market paperback! It is a trade paperback of the same quality, binding and print quality as Enemies Domestic and Foreign.

What Bracken has done in this book is paint a picture of the U.S.A. as a third-world country. It's a pity that all the people who are working so tirelessly to make America into a third-world country won't read this book and find out what their life is going to be like when they succeed. And he has couched it in a fascinating story that keeps reinstating the tension again and again up to the very last page.

"it was those [expletive deleted] illegal aliens--New Mexico just plain got overrun. It should never have come to this--and it all goes back to the federal government in Washington. If those traitorous Quisling [expletive deleted] had done their lousy jobs and stopped the invasion years ago, we wouldn't be in this mess today." (p. 416).

"Well, Jim, it's not like the reconquista boys kept it a big secret, what they planned to do after they seized power. . . . (p. 438)
"Radical politics and raw numbers. . . . The Anglos wouldn't fight for California when they had the chance and now their time is over. . . .
"The la raza crowd called `em racists every time they made a peep about illegal aliens and the gringos crawled into a corner and hid." (p. 438)

If you want to know how so many Americans got brain-numbed by PC and "multiculturalism", read While America Sleeps ( While America Sleeps: How Islam, Immigration and Indoctrination Are Destroying America From Within), another maverick book that a lot of Lefties don't want you to read. It tells you everything you need to know.

A satisfying read.
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HASH(0x8e75ede0) von 5 Sternen Timely and compelling fictional portrayal 11. Oktober 2006
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This sequal to Matthew Bracken's "Enemies Foreign and Domestic" more than lives up to the original work. Fast paced, exciting, engrossing, compelling, and thought provoking are all apt descriptions of the story line and the cast of characters brought to life in it.

The central character, Ranya, carries over from the first novel as she finds herself in a hellish environment of a future America where politlical correctness, rampant unAmerican ideology, political pandering, and an ongoing environment that ignores the growing illegal immigration and border issues lead to insurrection and conditions more closely resembling a banana republic.

Think it can't hapen in answer that question one need look no further than the illegal immigrant demonstrations of the summer of 2006 to realize that most of the conditions presented in Bracken's novel are projections of those very images displayed to us all on the news during that time.

Can Ranya escape her federal government imprisonment, can she ouththink and outfight both federal bureaucracy gone insanely amuk, foereign mercenaries, and an entire state government that has given itself over to a "La Raza" and "Aztlan" mentality that is spreading its cessation tentacles through the southwest?

Find out in this compelling read. And be prepared...the answers are neither clean or all neatly wrapped up.
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HASH(0x8d7d218c) von 5 Sternen All too easy to believe 21. April 2007
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This book is fantastic. I'd rate it a 10+ for realism. Mr. Bracken knows from whence he writes. It paints an all too believable picture of the way things are headed. I've just come home from a 13 month road trip that included the majority of our Western States, and the impressions that I got toward our future as a sovereign nation aren't good. Read the book - and it's predecessor first, if at all possible for the background. And above all - don't think "it can't happen here". This is not an alternate future - it's the way things are headed if we don't wake up.
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