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The Fall of America: The Rebellion Awakens by Geoff Linsley is a unique book that is well written with imaginative characters, but filled with researched facts backed and cited with their sources. The book would appeal to young adults and adults who are interested in American history, politics, and culture. The Fall of America is a suspenseful piece of literature providing the views of a young man who is thrown in a Michigan State prison at a young age and survives the system by taking an interest in learning the "behind the scenes" facts of American politicians, banks, historical figures, events, the decrease of morals and faith within the culture, and the downfall of society in general. Throughout his time spent reading and researching this new found knowledge, he struggles with his own thoughts and doubts the very information he is retaining. Feeling lost after learning that the world he grew up in and thought he knew is false, he begins extensive research on the subject, as well as ways to control his own emotions while living among the chaos prison has been so charitable to provide.
Geoff Linsley offers an outlook on what some would consider the present day downward spiral or fall of America and its morals, values, and the disintegration of the very foundation on which it is built. This book is not for everyone. Those who are interested in or have researched topics such as: government control, financial collapse, price increases, the conspiracies within the different government agencies, have an interest in the constitution, and know the specifics of a conservative party as well as a libertarian party may better appreciate this book. Those who are unfamiliar with the topics may want to do some research beforehand to ensure an understanding of the plot.
Reading this book, I was overwhelmed with the amount of information I had learned. This book may alter your view of the world we presently live in. I know this is true for me. A great read nevertheless.