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Fathers at War

When I picked up this novel, I was not aware that Brian Freeman authored publications about the Jason Bourne saga. No matter. This is simply trivial for I am not a fan of the movies, albeit having only watched sporadic scenes on YouTube, nor have I ever had any interest in consuming the literature. Spilled Blood is a very fresh and modern take on what Gretha Thunberg could achieve if in the future she plays her activist cards well and has the right support less her very own murder. Actually, scratch that! Let us call all this a cautionary tale. The narrative is imbued with technical terms of the last decade. Considering that it was published in 2012, I found it quite appealing that the characters googled this phrase or accessed FaceBook to pry information on that person. Activities that, while we may negate, we do every day or so often.  It also features modern technology. Finally, I read about the inconsequential plugging in of a USB flash drive rather than the inconceivable viewing o