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Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite
In Colin Heston's 9/11 Two, Sarah's family left Russia when she was only five years old in pursuit of the American dream and a chance to give their daughter a better life. Things, however, did not exactly turn out as they had hoped and slowly Sarah drifted away from her parents, eventually cutting them off completely and landing herself in a partnership with a professor at Oxford, one with sinister intentions for the western world. While Sarah's parents desperately search for their daughter, she is living a new life alongside terrorist mastermind Shalah Muhammud. Racing against time, and amidst the usual chaos between the concerned government authorities, world renowned criminologist Larry MacIver is putting the pieces of the puzzle together but the enemy is much closer than he could ever imagine. Will they solve the puzzle before it is too late or is America looking at a repeat of the worst day in history?
Colin Heston's 9/11 Two has all the right ingredients for a fast-paced, captivating thriller. Every page you turn brings you closer and closer to history repeating itself with another chapter of 9/11 while you cross your fingers and hope for the good guys to get the much-needed breakthrough and save America. If you love reading terrorism fiction, you will find this story very appealing. Colin Heston's 9/11 Two is yet another horrifying but necessary reminder of the ever impending dark cloud that looms close. It is a caution that in the fight against terrorism and any other man-made evil, the enemy is often much closer than you think.