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The Last Jihad (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 21. August 2006

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"Rosenberg nails it-a provocative, conservative political thriller that reads like a major Hollywood blockbuster. In the spirit of Tom Clancy's Sum of All Fears, Rosenberg's The Last Jihad absolutely crackles with high energy and a chilling premise-what if the war on terror goes nuclear."--Rush Limbaugh, host of the nationally syndicated, Rush Limbaugh Radio Show

"Buckle up! The Last Jihad is a high speed, heart-pounding, edge-of-your-seat roller coaster ride into the heart of darkness . . . just when you think you know where you're going, along comes a twist that you never saw coming . . . scariest of all, Rosenberg's post-9/11 scenario-a nuclear showdown between the US, Israel, and Iraq-feels ripped from tomorrow's headlines . . . this stuff could really happen!"--Sean Hannity, host of the nationally syndicated, Sean Hannity Radio Show and Fox News Channel's Hannity & Colmes
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When Iraqi terrorists wreak havoc on the world, White House advisor Jon Bennett must complete a billion-dollar oil deal--the basis for a historic Arab-Israeli peace treaty--or the world will face the threat of nuclear devastation. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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Fesselnd und spanmend, lässt einen nicht los. Einblicke in Momente von Stress und Entscheidung der Akteure sind gelungen. Fiktion und Realität nahe beienander.
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Von ESW am 20. Juni 2008
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I had great expectations in this book. Sadly, this book is shallow, boring, tedious. I wouldn't for the life of me be able to tell you what it is about. I am about two thirds through and I just want to throw the book in a corner and ignore it.
Don't waste your money on this book. Read Brad Thor instead.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Not a fast read, but well paced 18. August 2016
Von KermReads - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you are a student of Bible prophecy this book, like the Left Behind series, has a certain predictability, but Rosenberg tried to use current events. Because of when it was written it seems a little dated, but keeps moving. My main problem with the book is what seemed liked excessive use of acronyms (because he was dealing with lots of government agencies and espionage) and there are so many characters it is hard to keep track some of the time... but it is part of a series so some are introduced because they will be more developed later. Take your time in reading
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The American President faces assassins and a Dictator with nuclear weapons. 10. Mai 2016
Von George Webster, Ph.D., - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is another excellent thriller by Joel Rosenberg. I am accustomed to thrillers, but this one had me hating to put it down when duty called. The author takes us back to the time of Saddam Hussein as dictator of Iraq. But this time, he has nuclear weapons and the ICBM's to carry them to wipe out his enemies. As a starter, assassins try to kill the President of the United States. They nearly succeed, and it is fascinating to see how the Secret Service, FBI, CIA, and Defense Department work together to protect the President and try to block Iraq's nuclear threat. The story is a thriller from start to finish, and I recommend it.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen the book was a fine read as long as one could suspend knowledge of ... 20. Februar 2015
Von Charles Kovacs - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book makes for a refreshing change: the protagonist is apparently a born-again Christian (although the term is not used) as is the President and many of the other white-hat characters. Moreover, the book is well written and the plot moves fast. The problem is with the plot. tt takes place in the Middle East and revolves around a secret, newly found oil and gas field off Israel and Gaza that is supposed to be a game changer at least in the Middle East and possibly in the world. Moreover, the field is being developed by an Israeli and a Palestinian and the development of the field is supposed quickly ending the Arab-Israeli conflict. Even this could be plausible, but readers with even a superficial knowledge of the oil business and of international finance will find the details rather naive and most improbable. For example, the word "concession" is not mentioned anywhere although without a concession even exploratory drilling is unlikely to start anywhere that is not further than 200 miles from the nearest coast or island.

Leaving this aside, the book was a fine read as long as one could suspend knowledge of oil exploration and developments, not to mention some knowledge of the dynamics of the Middle East. Suffice it to say, that the book ends with an atomic bomb going off, and thus leading into the next volume of the series. And so, the book moves from the international thriller into the realm of alternate world fantasy. I am not sure if I will buy the next volume, but this is certainly a good book for a rainy day and many readers will no doubt enjoy it. A rating of 3.5 would be appropriate, but it's not an option here.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Big Disappointment 21. Februar 2013
Von kone - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I purchased this book because of the many positive reviews and because I enjoy listening to Joel Rosenberg. I must say flat out that I am greatly disappointed by this book. My reasons are many, but here are a few:

1. The characters come fast and furious, with so little character development, that quite frankly, I was confused throughout the entire book. There are so many characters introduced in the first half of the book that I really did not know who the main characters were until well into the book.

2. Author Rosenberg seems as though he is trying to impress the reader with his knowledge of governmental processes, weapons, etc. There is so much useless information given, I found it frustrating and distracting.

3. Rosenberg gives far too much distracting detail on what color nail polish someone is wearing, how many cubes of sugar used in a person's coffee, the firing sequence for a surface to air missile, etc. It is non-stop and aggravating. It truly distracts from the narrative of the story-line.

4. Rosenberg switches from scene to scene far too frequently, again confusing the reader.

Granted, Mr. Rosenberg is an authority on Middle East politics, but his attempt at fictionalizing Iraq's grand assault on the world's powers flounders in trivial and inconsequential minutiae. Since I purchased the entire series, I am hoping that the next book will be less detail and more story.

At best, I give this volume ONE star for confusing the reader with ridiculous detail, and not advancing the narrative story at a satisfactory pace. This book needs a Reader's Digest condensation, and then instead of 300 pages, the resulting 150 pages might be more coherent and interesting.

Sorry Mr. Rosenberg. I love you but dislike your book.
3.0 von 5 Sternen Do you like food or action? 7. November 2014
Von Bean Counter - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Rosenberg blows you out of the sky with the start of this seemingly intense thriller and then shoves you into a back room of bureaucratic discussions among the powerful governing elite "defconning" the reader to death in details. It was difficult remembering the seemingly hundreds of names of Americans, Russians, and Israelis woven into various subplots and then tackling the daunting task of aligning them into one cohesive plot, but it was fun doing it. The Christian undertones also fit well within the premise of the book's title, but unfortunately the story also includes descriptions of every kind of food served throughout the book as if they were important to the plot. Rosenberg throws surprise after surprise at the reader, along with interesting history lessons of Russia and other foreign countries, and elaborate explanations of seemingly futuristic surveillance equipment and death machines.
He uses war as a medium to show globally we are all connected and individually affected by actions of those driven by hatred. More action and less elaboration of food and furnishings would have increased my rating of this culinary designer foot fault. Maybe the sequel will offer up more action, since it follows the release of nukes or maybe we'll just enjoy more snacks.
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