Toxicity

Toxicity In the tradition of The Stand The Man in the High Castle and The Road comes an epic story of struggle against tyranny in a future America The year is Islam controls most of the civilized world

  • Title: Toxicity
  • Author: A.J.Fraser Aiden James Fiona Fraser
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In the tradition of The Stand, The Man in the High Castle, and The Road, comes an epic story of struggle against tyranny in a future America The year is 2141 Islam controls most of the civilized world, including all that exists of the former United States Climate change has made fresh drinking water a scarce, and valuable, commodity Islamic states that once controllIn the tradition of The Stand, The Man in the High Castle, and The Road, comes an epic story of struggle against tyranny in a future America The year is 2141 Islam controls most of the civilized world, including all that exists of the former United States Climate change has made fresh drinking water a scarce, and valuable, commodity Islamic states that once controlled the oil now control the largest fresh water deposit in the world, the American Great Lakes Washington D.C and New York City are mere memories of the old world, as a new regime of Caliphs has ruled the eastern half of the country for the past century The barren no man s land east of the Mississippi River is but an encroaching desert, and the realm of the Great Lakes known as Al hayat Miyaah dictates life for the rest of the realm Jihadic allegiance and the Lakes bounty decide a person s worth, where clean, drinkable water is far precious than gold and valuable than the lives of infidels Aligned with a much smaller Muslim nation in Kentucky, the Caliphate seeks to steadily eradicate the less privileged southern states, collectively known as the Southern Lowlands Forever viewed as the scourge of the new America, or Amreeka, the Fourth Caliph of the Bashir dynasty, Abdul Muttalib Bashir, moves to cut off the Mississippi River s flow to the south, as part of the Caliphate s Centennial Celebration The enormous dam at Cairo, Illinois was created for this very purpose The perpetual hardships facing townships in Mississippi, Tennessee, and Alabama now worsens dramatically In this hostile environment, Joaquin Martinez and six others risk certain death, as fugitives crossing state lines to reclaim loved ones stolen from Hernando, Mississippi, and sold into slavery in Detroit At the same time, survivalist Malcolm Foster and his daughter Renee begin a journey to Kentucky with other survivalists hoping to strike a blow to the Muslim empire Lastly, in the heart of Al hayat Miyaah, the youngest son of the Caliph, Abdul Bari, sets out on a quest to determine the truth about infidels their worthiness of scorn and indiscriminate death Much is at stake for them all, as a crossing of paths determines who inevitably is destined to win and who must lose everything Disclaimer The book is not a religious condemnation, although it supports none of them The story is about the wickedness of human nature a treatise, if you will, about mankind s desire to subjugate others especially when bad men are in control of that power.

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    1. The summary sums up the plot perfectly. "The year is 2141. Islam controls most of the civilized world, including all that exists of the former United States. Climate change has made fresh drinking water a scarce, and valuable, commodity. Islamic states that once controlled the oil now control the largest fresh water deposit in the world, the American Great Lakes." Life is extremely hard for everyone and only promises to get tougher because the Fourth Caliph of the Bashir dynasty, Abdul-Muttalib [...]

    2. I loved the way this story began to relay a frightening future for the world. I got angry at the right places and I was very interested to see how it would play out. I had some ideas, but not one of them was correct. That was nice. I kind of felt for the protagonists as they came and went. I wanted justice as they did. I wanted vindication as they did. And then I got to a point where it became moot for me. I could have gone either way. That was bad.It is hard for me to explain, but when listenin [...]

    3. Do not let your difficulties fill you with anxiety; after all, it is only in the darkest nights that the stars shine more brilliantly.”— Alī ibn Abī Ṭālib(ra) (Islamic hadith) In this dystopian tale, Aiden James and Fiona Fraser, prey on our global warming fears and presents us with a future ruled by religious extremists. At first glance, this may appear to be an anti-Muslim story, but I assure you it is not. Remove the Muslims and insert ancient Romans, Hitler or even early American s [...]

    4. This book sets out a genuinely scary apocalyptic scenario. Climate change ravages the world, a weakened US succumbs to invasion and what remains of the country falls under a brutal Islamic regime. No need for zombies or super plagues just an intriguingly possible scenario. I was concerned that the authors would fall into the trap of making it a typical good Christians vs Bad Muslims slugfest but they avoided that in some style with lots of shades of grey and internal conflict within the main cha [...]

    5. This is a stoy that tells what could happen in the future of America. It is scary because it is something that could really happen. What if the United States were taken over by Muslims and the Caliph's youngest son goes missing in the heart of the south. This son has a food heart anbd sees what the people are suffering under his father's rule. He knows if his older brothertakes over the rulership things will only get worse. What should he do thoes who helped him or not? You will not be disappoin [...]

    6. This is my second round with this book, and my first time listening to the audiobook.This story is so amazing, yet terrifying at the same time. It isn't much of a stretch at all to think about this coming true. The premise of oil no longer mattering, and water being the new top commodity is a scary thought. The descriptions of the country at that point are intriguing, and I sure hope I am not around if it comes to pass. I thought the different journeys taken by the different groups were so inter [...]

    7. "It's Got Everything"A little slow to start but it take a while to give you the info and build up, to get the story really going.This is an epic tale of resistance to oppression. It has a strong innovative story line, colourful characters some heroes, some villian and many shades between. Narration is excellent. I received a free copy of this audio book in exchange for an honest review.This is a book I will return to and listen to again.

    8. Originally selected this book due to Narration by Timothy McKean (love his work!) and glad I did! Great story and more than just a little scary. Well written and action packed from start to finish. Definite page turner. Makes me wonder if this could someday be in our future. Those that control the water control the people. Gone are regular politics. I highly recommend!

    9. If you are looking for a nice meaty read to sink your teeth into this is it! Once you get into this book you won't want to put it down!!!This story takes place in the not to distant future. The U.S. has lost to the Islamic forces in the war of wars. It's citizens have been forced to convert to Islam or be murdered in the most heinous ways possible. If you do convert, then you are made a slave and forced to work on farms. You can't escape as they have chips implanted in people to keep them from l [...]

    10. AN INTERESTING LOOK INTO THE POSSIBLE FUTUREThis is another type of book I wouldn't normally read but really liked it. Some of the stuff was really scary, like something you could almost see happening based on things that are happening now, but as you read, you're definitely thankful that if it ever does happen, we'll be long gone by then.This book follows different groups who all seem to be aiming for similar results against the Muslim rulers of what used to be the eastern US. The area around t [...]

    11. I had the pleasure of reading the book Toxicity by A.J. Fraser and I was truly blown away. In the style of Stephen King's The Stand, this book begins with different groups of characters who intertwine along their journeys. Honestly, trying to think what to say about this book, the first thing that comes to mind is, "I don't know what to say, it's just so freaking good!" which is how I described it to a friend on the phone this morning. The characters are so richly developed you find yourself che [...]

    12. Get ready for a fast-paced adventure that will keep you turning pages. This epic story has so many things going for it that you will have trouble putting it down. The story follows several groups of people as they make their way across an America that is unrecognizable. No longer is oil king, now clean drinking water rules. Those who control the water control the people. The characters in this story were intriguing, as there were some that I despised and some that I loved. I liked meeting so man [...]

    13. Holy cow. This book was a thrill ride. A horrifying premise in which America has been taken over by a Muslim regime and the water of the Great Lakes is the most precious resource there is. A group of citizens from the southern states has a daring plan to strike a blow to power of the Caliph. Add in the Caliph's missing son's presence in the midst of the south, a daring rescue of stolen loved ones and a blooming romance and the result is a fantastic read.I worried at first about the Muslim part o [...]

    14. Wow! What an incredible, and frightening, read. It is a dystopian tale of America in the not so distant future. What makes this most frightening is that I can actually see it happening. The subject matter is very much based in reality. I enjoyed the characters and found myself rooting for some to win and others to perish. I love it when a book can make me care about the characters like that. It is a page turner full of excitement and you can't wait to see where the author will take you next. HIG [...]

    15. What if?This is a What If stiry: what if ISIS actually conquered the USA. At first, I was irritated, thinking this was just another version if hating all Islam for the actions of a small radical fundamentalist group, something like the yellow peril stories of the 30s. But it is about good people and bad people of all sorts and the drive to be free, an old fashioned adventure told in today's terms.

    16. A very thought provoking story. It is also a very real probability of the future of North America especially the United States. It is scary realistic. Good plotline and intriguing premises. I highly recommend this book but be warned it not for the faint of heart or those looking for a soft comfortable read.

    17. Very possible outcomeThis novel seems to be prescient in its showing a very possible future for the United Stategees with everything going on in today's world. It is very scary to contemplate how we, as infidels, would be treated by our Muslim overlords so it behooves us to do everything in our power to negate this outcome.

    18. One of the best books I've ever read! An "on the edge of your seat" page turner. Not my normal genre of book, but Aiden James and Fiona Fraser did an amazing job. Some have compared it to Stephen King's "The Stand" I think it's much better!

    19. Very good book. Very well written. The characters were fleshed out very nicely. The plot was solid and moved along at a nice pace that kept you intrigued. Waiting anxiously for book two.

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