History Professor William Forstchen is known by many as the author of One Second After, a novel depicting the mass terror and chaos resulting from an Electric Magnetic Pulse (EMP) attack by an enemy of the United States. Now he has come out with a 144 page ebook, Day of Wrath, which imagines a low-tech ISIS attack at our most innocent and vulnerable -- our schools and highways. Forstchen's chilling scenario shows how easy it would be to inflict mass terror on the United States.
One reviewer wrote:
The scenario laid out here - an ISIS terror attack on the U.S. - is frighteningly possible, even likely given our current state of readiness. When the ineptness (dare I say indifference?) of our civil leaders is combined with ISIS' utter disregard for 'infidel' life - especially 'infidel' children - and our culture of appeasement in the name of 'coexistence,' you get a story which travels to another level. A rather sobering, indeed terrifying level. . . . This is a tome I emphatically recommend. Serving as both 'engaging story' and 'cautionary prediction,' "Day of Wrath" is not a mere wake-up call - it is a swift kick in the backside. It will scare you, yes, but it will also make you aware and keep you sharp; the fact it is a captivating tale is just a major bonus.
Forstchen testifies to a deeply-felt sense of responsibility and duty:
“I was afraid that if I did not write this book, and choose the ebook format so it was available quickly, what was intended as a warning, would quite simply, come too late. I had to take a break when writing Day of Wrath several times, it was a deeply emotional experience for me as well. It was difficult to complete, but was too important of a project not to finish.”
Me: I have read this book and recommend it. It is not an easy, enjoyable read, but the world has taken a very scary turn. This book makes us face that unpleasant fact and prepare for a possible (even likely) scenario. Read it!