Follow along in this true to life fictionalized sequel to Americas most devastating terror attack. Is another attack possible? What are the motives behind the continued anti-American rhetoric coming from Islamic fundamentalist groups? Do they hate us? If so, why? Are we safe from future attack? How likely would it be for another attack to occur? Is the U.S. Government doing enough to prevent such an attack? Do the very freedoms we enjoy in America give necessary cover to underground anti-American movements? This work of fiction attempts to depict the fragile state of security that exists in America today. Are you willing to suffer some infringements on your personal freedoms to enhance national security? Should we, as a country, shy away from any and all appearances of racial, ethnic, or cultural inequality even if in doing so we place the general population at risk? Should we continue to allow the judiciary to restrain those that would sacrifice their very lives to protect ours? Is there no room for both freedom from governmental oppression and absolute national security? Is it OK or even healthy to be a bit wary of people from other cultures and other countries without being perceived as xenophobic? Read this book then ask yourself these questions again.