The Overton Window
Publish date: September 1st 2010
Publisher: Center Point
Pages no: 439
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Overton Window (#1)
Glenn Beck is quite a polarizing figure, his opinions are strong and he's not afraid to share them. He has huge fans and huge detractors. To say he is divisive is an understatement.However I LOVE LOVE LOVE books that deal with the end of the world as we know it. And that's what this is...but it's...
Looking through the other reviews, it's obvious that many of them never bothered reading the book at all. Rather, they saw the name "Glenn Beck", proceeded to give it 1 star, and typed up a review smearing it as loathsome trash, and Beck the worst human being on the face of this Earth. In some cas...
This story did a decent job of mixing some facts from here and there with a conspiracy theory storyline. Unfortunately, some of the character development could have been done a little better: making the characters behave realistically (if not reasonably) would have improved the story. Instead of ...
You really have to be fans of Vince Flynn or a writer within the genre to really get into this book. Although, I normally like Glenn Beck's non-fiction work, I really had a difficult time getting into this book. Although, it was well written, it just wasn't my cup of tea! That is the only reason it ...
Yes, I'm actually reading this. Stop laughing, Michelle......It is well known the Glenn Beck did not write this. Mr. Beck said so himself. Although the idea "was all mine" he attributes the actual writing of the novel to three "contributors"; Kevin Balfe, Emily Bestler, and Jack Henderson. The last ...
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