Taking Texas is the first book in a two-part series. It is a novel about a motivated group of friends who are willing to take things to the extreme to save their country. The trials and tribulations of this group of three unfold over two decades, culminating in a series of events that hold the very existence of the country at stake. This suspenseful, politically charged thriller is both dramatic and technical. The story unfolds with a scene in 1993, with three people together watching TV. The three friends--Michael Bishop, Nikoli Borodin, and Samantha Sloan--are struck by the unfolding drama of the World Trade Center parking garage bombing. They know that something has to change to keep the United States from continuing its downward slide. They all believe that it is the greatest country in the world, and they are prepared to take action to keep it that way and even improve upon it. Taking Texas can almost be seen as a case study in civics, personal accountability, and optimism.He pulled his BlackBerry 7100t out of the small safe that was part of his desk, and turned it on. It returned a series of beeps that represented the extra security steps that had been integrated into all the Xers phones. He was able to browse theanbsp;...
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