...To put the Enemies trilogy in front of "libs". He says that he wants his books to be noticed by the other side, rather than just those of us in the choir. So, please alert everyone you know:
Matt's prophetic fiction warned Americans about those dangers that were just ahead, and has proven, unfortunately, to be terrifyingly accurate. If you asked him, he'd say that it's not rocket-science, that all he's done is applied the exact same historical trends to our current political and cultural climate. He's an avid student of history, and he just plainly knows what to expect from "D", when A, B, and C all line themselves up.
I've read each of these twice, now, and I can't think of any work that I'd more enthusiastically recommend to any person who looks at our world and sees chaos or dysfunction.
Or, how about this: Let's say you don't have a Kindle or other E-reader, but you'd like to know why I keep praising Bracken and his work. For the first five persons commenting below who haven't read EFAD, I'll arrange to deliver you an autographed paperback copy. 100% free to you.
That goes for those of you who consider yourselves "lib", or otherwise. Matter of fact, if you're Charles Krauthammer, Andrew Klavan, or anyone at Faux News who tend to be shocked(!) at the news you're reporting on or analyzing, or you believe there'll be a favorable natural correction looming just down the road, or you believe there's a snowball's chance of our voting our way out of this mess, I will buy you the first book.
Starting tomorrow, free on Kindle. Starting today, free on the Livermush Guy. Go.