The Iron Web

  • Title: The Iron Web
  • Author: Larken Rose
  • ISBN: 9781607437321
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Iron Web The United States is fast losing its reputation as the land of happiness and prosperity With a sinking economy at home and rising tensions abroad fear and discontent are boiling over The Great Americ
    The United States is fast losing its reputation as the land of happiness and prosperity With a sinking economy at home and rising tensions abroad, fear and discontent are boiling over The Great American Experiment is faltering Now a new threat suddenly arises a domestic terrorist group calling itself The Iron Web, a group bent on ending America as we know it A new Pr The United States is fast losing its reputation as the land of happiness and prosperity With a sinking economy at home and rising tensions abroad, fear and discontent are boiling over The Great American Experiment is faltering Now a new threat suddenly arises a domestic terrorist group calling itself The Iron Web, a group bent on ending America as we know it A new President Elect eagerly awaits his inauguration and his chance to bring peace and security back to the country A rookie federal officer finds himself face to face with the terrorists And a young woman who knows little, and cares even less, about politics and national affairs is cast into the center of this conflict by a cruel twist of fate A new and drastically changed America is coming Some will not want to see it Some will not live to see it.

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      Published :2019-08-03T06:21:28+00:00

    About Larken Rose


    1. American libertarian and tax protestor.Larken Rose was sentenced to 15 months in prison for willful failure to file income tax returns in five years in which the government alleged that his income was approximately 500,000 He was released from prison in December 2006.


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    1. All Jessica wanted to do to celebrate her 19th birthday was go camping and test out her skills navigating with a GPS. At no point during the celebration did she want to include her passenger plane getting shot down from the sky and crashing in the middle of a war zone. But that's life. Her new home, Graveston, is the site of a Waco-style standoff between the Federal government and what the news is calling an anarchist cult. Jessica is nursed back to life by a kindly priest living in the no-man's [...]

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    2. Larken Rose is an intelligent and thoughtful writer that I admire for his philosophical and political views but as is often the case with an author that writes a work of fiction to endorse a cause, he falls into the trap of inorganically "explaining" through his characters rather than "showing" and the final product ends up less than realistic and less than interesting.

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    3. Awesome anarchist fiction! This story will keep you guessing until the very end. available online at larkenrose

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    4. One of the best books I've ever read.

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    5. Revolutionary!I have read thousands of books in my 67 years, but this one instantly became one of my favorites. Rose writes fun dialogue: he presents important philosophical ideas in conversations that you can imagine real people having with one another. And while this may not be the best plotted book I've ever seen, the author seems to have put his anarchistic, freedom-loving soul into it, and it shines through like a star. I read the book in just a few days. Two weeks later I read it again, to [...]

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    6. I got half-way through, and put it down. The premise is great (Pollyanna/clueless citizen is caught-up in the middle of a false-flag event that no one in the country knows is a false-flag event---except the US government that initiated it, and the anarchist gang that has her in their custody in the wilderness (and which gang is under seige by said US government agents). The execution is just horrible, unfortunately. Poorly-crafted characters; implausible situations and plot developments; charact [...]

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    7. Great book, It kept me interested from the start. Closer to the end it felt like the author lost interest in the story line and cared more about ranting his views on politics and the government. While the ending was a let down it was still a good read and I would recommend it.

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    8. Wow Totaly Great - Best book in the last 10.

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    9. Very great book. Interesting story and interesting perspective. Highly recommend to anyone and everyone.

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    10. An excellent book for anyone interested in learning more about anarchy.

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