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06/08/2005 Archived Entry: "Rich Lucibella reviews RebelFire: Out of the Gray Zone"
RICH LUCIBELLA REVIEWS REBELFIRE -- and totally, totally nails it!
Jeremy is us...all of us....in the very near future. He's been coddled, drugged, threatened and brainwashed by The State in a monochromatic world where few things make sense. A world in which virtually everyone is a criminal for lack of ability to keep up with all the new laws and regulations. A world in which "Why?" becomes a pointless question.
And, like us, Jeremy is helpless and unskilled. But as the pages turn we realize that, like us, Jeremy yearns for freedom, self dependence and self expression. We follow the amazing journey of this young man as circumstances demand he come of age, become a man and finally step up to the plate as the Hero he can be.
Written from the viewpoint, nobility and passion that only our teen years can muster, this is hardly a book just for that age group.
Rich is the publisher of S.W.A.T. magazine and founder of The Firing Line, where his review appears. Since RebelFire: Out of the Gray Zone isn't "about guns," a review from Rich would be an unexpected pleasure, even if he hadn't so totally Gotten It. (I think Rich would kick my butt and tell me that freedom is about freedom, no matter which of the 10 amendments you might be looking at at the moment.)
Posted by Claire @ 11:48 AM CST