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Infinite Exposure

Infinite Exposure

Infinite Exposure
by Roland Hughes

“Infinite Expsoure” is a story about how the off-shoring of IT jobs leads to the largest al-Qaeda attack the free world has ever seen.  Ultimately, it leads to nuclear war.

By the year 2012 the U.S. will no longer be a world power. The world will have seen many countries deploy nuclear weapons. Anarchy will reign in many parts of the world and electricity will be considered a luxury nearly everywhere.

That, however, is not the interesting part of the story. How we got there is a far more interesting tale indeed. Follow the story from post 9/11 to where it all went bad and see if you can find a way out, not just for yourself, but for everyone.

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About The Author


My name is John Eye and I’m obssessed with ebooks, loves to procrastinate, a bookworm and one that loves to share with the world what free ebooks have to offer.

1 Comment

  1. Dr. Tami Brady

    Nedim was a good Muslim but he wasn’t a terrorist. At least, that’s what he told himself. It had all started so innocently. He needed a computer to do his schoolwork. A friendly cleric wanted to help. The only thing he asked in return was that Nedim send a few emails for him, a couple of vacation shots, an embedded message here and there. What could be the harm in that?

    The next thing Nedim knows he’s being questioned by an anti-terrorist unit. The men asking the questions are playing for keeps. When they ask for Nedim’s help in locating terrorist nodules, it’s obvious that he has no other choice.

    Infinite Exposure gives a balanced behind the scenes look at terrorism and the war on terror. Not all terrorists are religion fanatics looking to die for their cause. By the same token, often anti-terror measures aren’t all that civilized. The average person has no idea of what’s really going on or how far-reaching the implications.

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