Enemies Foreign And Domestic is a domestic terrorism thriller set "in the near future." The story begins on opening day of the NFL season, when bullets begin to rain down upon the upper deck of a packed football stadium. A panic stampede ensues, leading to mass casualties. The alleged sniper is found holding a smoking assault rifle, and is killed by a police marksman.
One week later, Congress bans the private possession of all semi-automatic assault rifles. Gun owners are given one week to turn in their semi-automatic rifles, or face a five year mandatory sentence.
The plot revolves around the true identity of the actual sniper. The alleged sniper killed at the scene may be a patsy, and many Americans refuse to turn in their banned weapons, leading to a civil crisis in the nation between supporters of the 2nd Amendment and a federal government trending toward tyranny.
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Great story if you can get past the performance
Yes, because once you get used to the audio quality and the delivery of Mr. Kemp, the book is great with a lot of inter-moving parts. It is a well written book.
It was a great story and once you started it, it was a dramatic thrill-ride that kept you wanting to know what was going to happen next.
Probably not. The audio quality is sub-par and often times you can hear birds or frogs in the background. Maybe these were meant to enhance the audio experience, but I'm not sure. Often times, Mr. Kemp will give dialogue in a monotone voice leaving it up to you to interpret who is talking. Also, there are short phrases and words in the middle of a sentence that sounds like it was re-recorded and inserted into the audio.
- B. Lambert
Great story.. Terrible narration!!
Yes I would listen to the book again, because it is a great story, however out of all the books I have listened to this was without question the worst narration so far. It literally sounded like the narrator had a bucket on his head and the mic was set up a few yards away. His tone never changed and it was very hard to tell who was talking.