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Star Chamber Brotherhood por Preston Fleming
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Star Chamber Brotherhood (edição 2013)

por Preston Fleming

Séries: The Kamas Trilogy (2)

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Membro:Mecaza
Título:Star Chamber Brotherhood
Autores:Preston Fleming
Informação:PF Publishing (2013), Kindle Edition, 255 pages
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I received this book as an ebook free from the author through LibraryThing in exchange for an honest review. What a scary true to life scenario. It really makes you think about some of the present day goings on in our government. What about President-for-Life and totalitarian socialism, abusive concentration camps for objectors in Alaska, the Yukon, and the Northwest Territories, and the loss of our inalienable rights according to America’s Constitution? This book is about revenge and justice. Wow! What a great book. A must read trilogy. Will read the next book. ( )
  iadam | Oct 11, 2015 |
A great book! For those who are not familiar with history all previous democracies have ended in failure. This is a frightful scenario that could happen in our country. In Russia and China millions have been killed that object to the status quo just as happens here. Frank Werner was one of the citizens that was sent to concentration camps for no other reason than objecting to Unionists and the President-for-Life. As expected, rebellion comes from within the camps from maltreatment. Those who ran the camp are now in the sights of prisoners seeking revenge for the murders and maltreatment of fellow prisoners. Frank is released from the camp through circumstances of the oligarchy's ineptness. He is sent to Utah which is to be his new home. However, he travels to Boston looking for his daughter. Ironically, he ends up in Boston along with the reassigned camp commander. He is tagged by the Star Chamber Brotherhood to assassinate the commander. So true to life this book is scary. The only complaint I had was using God's name in vain in several places. ( )
  MSgtMackel | Nov 18, 2014 |
Frank Werner undergoes many trials that lead to an exciting climax. He has to undergo a task that requires a plan b and even a plan c. I read the first book, 40 Days in Kamas. This isn't my usual genre that I read, but I enjoy Preston Fleming's writing. The characters are well written and the plot is thick. I recommend this book for any Public or School library. ( )
  chutchi | Jul 27, 2014 |
This fictional novel is a second in a trilogy in which the now freed political prisoners from Kamas in Utah play out their respective roles as members of the “Star Brotherhood” to judge and assassinate their former prison warden. The warden the military and other members of the Unionist Party massacre the prisoners at Kamas. Most of these were ordinary middle class citizens caught in the vortex of a neo-fascist single political system. The United States of America and its Constitution were overridden, freedom and fortunes were stolen and anyone who steps out of line is imprisoned. The lucky ones can buy their way out which highlights the hypocrisy and greed of those at the top. A suspenseful cat and mouse game ensues. The author with his background in foreign service and bureaucracy reminds us subtly that fascism is closer than we think. ( )
  mcdenis | Jun 6, 2014 |
I received a review copy of this book thru LibraryThing Members giveaway
The novel starts with an assassination attempt that fails, and then goes back several months to the beginning of the plot.
Frank Werner released under an amnesty from a corrective labor camp into the Utah residential area, travels illegally to Boston and finds work in the grey economy while he looks for his daughter, where he is approached by a former camp rebel leader to organize the assassination of the camp warden, who now resides in Boston.
Though reluctant, Frank agrees to get a team together.
This the second book in the Star Chamber trilogy, although flashbacks help to fill in the characters, there are references to events in the first book that leave you wondering.
But you can read the book on its own.
It is a well-paced thriller with plenty of suspense, and if any guide at all, it would be worth reading the trilogy. ( )
  jwals | Jun 1, 2014 |
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