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Prayers for the Assassin A Novel/

SEATTLE, 2040. The Space Needle lies crumpled. Veiled women hurry through the busy streets. Alcohol is outlawed, replaced by Jihad Cola, and mosques dot the skyline. New York and Washington, D.C., are nuclear wastelands. Phoenix is abandoned, Chicago the site of a civil war battle. At the edges of the empire, Islamic and Christian forces fight for control of a very different United States. Enormous in scope and brilliantly imagined, -- Prayers for the Assassin shows the novelist at the height of his powers, and delivers a masterful, unforgettable read.

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  • "A tale set in a near-future Islamic America depicts the nation in the aftermath of a series of apocalyptic attacks that have divided the country into two violence-stricken states, including a moderate Islamic republic and a secular Christian nation."
  • "Seattle, 2040. After simultaneous suitcase-nuke attacks destroy New York, Washington, D.C. and spark a civil war, an uneasy truce leaves the nation divided between an Islamic republic with its capital in Seattle, and the Christian Bible Belt in the old South. In this frightening future, freedom is controlled by the state, paranoia rules and rebels plot to regain free will..."
  • "SEATTLE, 2040. The Space Needle lies crumpled. Veiled women hurry through the busy streets. Alcohol is outlawed, replaced by Jihad Cola, and mosques dot the skyline. New York and Washington, D.C., are nuclear wastelands. Phoenix is abandoned, Chicago the site of a civil war battle. At the edges of the empire, Islamic and Christian forces fight for control of a very different United States. Enormous in scope and brilliantly imagined, -- Prayers for the Assassin shows the novelist at the height of his powers, and delivers a masterful, unforgettable read."@en
  • "After a nuclear attack, the United States is divided between an Islamic republic with its capital in Seattle and a Christian Bible Belt in the south. Historian Sarah Dougan and security chief of the Islamic republic, Rakkim Epps, in turn, are pursued by a psychopath named Darwin as they try to discover who is really behind the nuclear attacks."@en
  • ""After simultaneous suitcase-nuke attacks destroy New York, Washington, D.C., and Mecca, a civil war breaks out and an uneasy truce leaves the United States divided between an Islamic republic with its capital in Seattle, and the Christian Bible Belt in the old South."--From publisher's information."
  • "This novel from Robert Ferrigno imagines the United States 40 years in the future: a moderate Islamic nation following a chaotic cultural and political revolution."
  • ""SEATTLE, 204. The Space Needle lies crumpled. Veiled women hurry through the streets. Alcohol is outlawed, replaced by Jihad Cola, and mosques dot the skyline. New York and Washington, D.C., are nuclear wastelands. At the edge of the empire, Islamic and Christian forces fight for control, and rebels plot to regain free will ...""@en

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  • "Electronic books."@en
  • "History."
  • "Science fiction."@en
  • "Science fiction."
  • "Large type books."@en
  • "Dystopias."
  • "Suspense fiction."
  • "Suspense fiction."@en
  • "Thriller."
  • "Alternative histories (Fiction)"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction."
  • "Fiction."@en

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  • "Prayers For The Assassin /"
  • "Prayers for the assassin"
  • "Prayers for the Assassin A Novel/"@en
  • "Prayers for the assassin : a novel /"
  • "Prayers for the assassin : a novel /"@en
  • "Prayers for the assassin /"
  • "Prayers for the assassin /"@en
  • "Prayers for the assassin."