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    Definitely NOT a pleasant read.

    I purchase this one, and his two earlier ones, as quick reads. If you've read one Washburn, you've read them all; they are utterly formulaic, but nonetheless "page-turning" in nature. However, I'm finding this one particularly nasty in character, with floods of paranoia, xenophobia, and the philosophy that guns are the solution to all problems: very American! This will be my last Washburn; enough is too much.
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    The day after oblivion

    Excellent read, very thought provoking. All Tim Washburn’s books are gripping reads!
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    If you have read any of the authors other novels this is as good
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