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The scariest book I've read in years

Yesterday I finished Dr. Jeffrey Lewis's speculative novel, The 2020 Commission Report on the North Korean Nuclear Attacks Against the United States. Why scary? Because Lewis lays out, clearly and without hyperbole, a plausible scenario for what could be the most destructive conflict in human history.

In conjunction with Bob Woodward's Fear and the soon-to-be released The Apprentice, it's even scarier—and no less plausible.

Spend $15 and read this book.

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  • David Harper

    9/21/2018 8:38:19 AM +00:00 |

    Thanks for the recommendation.  I just finished reading it.  Part of me wishes I hadn't.  It is very plausible and utterly terrifying.

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