No More Time for Sorrow
Dr. Robert Beeman
Reviewed by William Phenn for Reader Views (5/11)
Could it happen here? Could terrorists actually smuggle nuclear bombs into the United States and blow up our cities? Dr. Beeman answers that question in this book. He shows the reader that it is possible and that the Jihadists have a plan to do just that. They look to set off a nuclear bomb in one or more of our cities. They are inclined to go for high value targets or a high body count and as the book goes on, that’s exactly what happens.
“No More Time for Sorrow” begins with a statement that it is not intended to be insulting to Islam. It goes on to explain that, “Islam is a decent, gentle faith, contemplative and lovely to behold whose sad lot it is to be hag-ridden and perverted by a vanishing small minority.” “No More Time for Sorrow,” is about just such a group of these people.
Beginning with the kidnapping of one of America’s Special Agents and her daughter, the book takes the reader on a journey of fascinating intrigue. What happens to a captive of these lunatics and what this poor woman and her daughter are subject to is mature reading. The atrocities that they endure by the hands of these animals will enrage you while at the same time; make you proud of their bravery. The efforts put forth by the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) and others in trying to track down the abductors and to find out what they are planning is an adventure that you won’t want to miss. You will be taken into the most confidential places, be a fly on the wall at secret and clandestine meetings of both our government agencies and the terrorists. Chills will ride up your spine as you realize how easy it is to do what they do. How lazy and lax our government is in providing the kind of security we so richly deserve.
There is no question in my mind that Dr. Beeman’s book will make the “New York Times” bestseller list and I am fortunate enough to be a part of putting it there. It is so real and true to life, due to his knowledge of the subject. I enjoyed it immensely and gave it my highest honor of an A+. “No More Time for Sorrow” is ‘Adult Reading’ due to its graphic nature but should be a first choice pick for anyone interested in current events and the problems of terrorism.