The United Kingdom of Islam.
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In the year 2020 a devastating terrorist attack takes place in the city of London. An attack, planned for many years, which acts as the catalyst for an elaborate plot by Islamic supremacists to overthrow the government and monarchy alike.
The Radical Islamic Party seizes control of England and immediately introduces Sharia law, with horrific consequences.
Meanwhile, in the North, an army of former hooligans refuse to surrender their values to the extremists, let alone their country. They fight tooth and nail for their beliefs, eventually leading to the North-South divide becoming a grim reality, the frontline.
As the extremists push further north, Emily Piper, a young woman who grew up knowing only the deprivation and oppression of the wasteland known as the Northern Territory, decides the time has come for change.
But as she plans to gather an army, strong enough to retake England, she doesn't realise the years of hunger have created an enemy much more terrifying than the extremists.
A novel of 147,000 words.
Approximately 420 printed pages.
THIS BOOK IS RATED PGP: Pretty Gory in Places.
It contains some graphic scenes of mutilation.
It will also make you laugh and cry.
The F-word makes an occasional appearance.
M.L. Stewart is the author of the Amazon and Apple #1 bestsellers - The Facebook Killer series.
I was looking forward to this after the Facebook Killer and Sunday Club but it was too far fetched and needed too much imagination to get the story flowing. Also, I missed M.L.Stewart's humour - there was none, a great pity. But I suppose it's difficult to inject humour in a subject like this.
Love this book , couldn't put it down , almost missed my train stop twice ! Very dark , humorous and cleverly written.
Read Facebook killer novels thought they were very good, was looking forward to reading this but was very disappointed was totally unrealistic very poor ending struggled to finish it