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Revolution No. 9

by Neil McMahon

Revolution No. 9 by Neil McMahon
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  • First Published:
    Jan 2005, 304 pages
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    Dec 2005, 352 pages

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Cy Hilterman (03/06/06)

Revolution No. 9
Dr. Carroll Monks is the kind of a physician you would love to have around you in any medical emergency. Dr. Monks did not know what he was getting himself into when he was captured and led blindfolded into a wilderness area. As it turned out, Dr. Monks was forced into helping a group of revolutionaries that, while fighting the establishment, also thought they were doing much good for the nation.



When Dr. Monks found out his son was in this same group, he did all in his power to appear to be helping while trying to free his sons mind and body from the group. Freeboot, the leader, led his group of revolutionaries to killing, robbing, and torturing others in the fight to become status symbols.



Revolution No. 9 is an intriguing book that will find you turning pages quickly as you delve into this groups battle to survive and to force their ways on others.



Review written by Cy Hilterman, March 5, 2006

cyhilterman@digitalrazor.net
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