Agenda 21: Into the Shadows by Glenn Beck (2015-09-29)

Agenda 21: Into the Shadows by Glenn Beck (2015-09-29)

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Agenda Into the Shadows by Glenn Beck

  • Title: Agenda 21: Into the Shadows by Glenn Beck (2015-09-29)
  • Author: Glenn Beck
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  • Page: 349
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    1. Ce deuxième tome de la série "Agenda 21" se lit en 3 heures maximum. Cette fois on sort des camps créés par la dictature pour découvrir le monde "libre". Cela donne une bouffée d'air frais au récit, après un premier tome très misérabiliste. Peu de morts, beaucoup d'espoir, de (re)découvertes et de belles rencontres.Néanmoins, on ne peut pas dire que l'intrigue avance. Emmeline et sa famille sont toujours en fuite, et n'ont pas rencontré grand monde. 400 pages pour cela, c'est frustr [...]


    2. I really liked the first Agenda 21 book and had high hopes for Into the Shadows, but it just wasn’t very good. There were giant plot holes that left me yelling in my head (and occasionally out loud) about how it didn’t make sense. For example, the little family walked for days and were still very near the mansion where the compound leaders live and the farm commune where the food is grown. That’s fine and explained by saying the river they were following meanders. The problem is, they ende [...]


    3. Glen Beck's Agenda 21 (actually written by Harriet Parke) is a captivating read. The story is told from the view point of the main character-Emmeline. She is living with her mother in a relocation camp somewhere in America. She doesn't know where nor does the author tell us. We do know that this is a totalitarian society made up of the "citizens" and the "Authority" (who are in complete control of the society). The "Enforcers" require that all the citizens are productive to the Republic. Men are [...]


    4. This was a wonderful sequel to Agenda 21, and I am hoping there will be a third releasing soon to complete the story. After reading the first book, I already had planned in my head how I foresaw the future and what I would want to happen next. I was mostly happy with how this book followed along with what I thought would happen, but there were enough twists and differences in my prediction and how it was written to add some excitement and twists to it. There really must be a third book though, a [...]


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