On 911, America experienced the fright of its life. Suddenly we have become a terrorist magnet. From across the globe, terrorists are seeking to do Bin Ladens disappearing Twin Towers act one better. Infiltating the Canadian border into Northwestern National Parks, terrorists plot entry into mainstream America and the destruction of our way of life. Anneee is a strong-willed young park ranger who confronts terrorists on her turf on her terms, with intuition and a sixth sense her only weapons. Anneee is realistic and spellbinding"a frightening look at what could happen if we let down our guard. Anneee is a charming ball of fire who draws the reader into a web of terror spanning Africa, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and North America. Timely as it is, Anneee is a story that will leave no reader unmoved, and the main character will capture your heart.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 6" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2005
Publisher Elderberry Press (OR)
ISBN 1932762507 ISBN13 9781932762501
At last, an excellent book for young people Apr 1, 2008
I can happily recommend Kenneth Brophy's wonderful book, ANNEEE. It's very difficult to find books these days that interest young readers. My own daughters are so drawn to the Internet, television, and video games, so I was completely thrilled when they became absorbed in Kenneth Brophy's wonderful book, ANNEEE. It's an extremely well-written page turner, one that should be on the shelves of every library and school in the country. Richard Lawrence Eaton Literary Agency
GREAT STORY Apr 1, 2008
I really enjoyed this story. It was a fun read every bit as good as most bestselling fiction.
Anneee May 12, 2007
the story was puerile. text contained many grammatical and spelling errors. it's difficult to imagine a more poorly written, sappy book. both the author and the publisher should be ashamed of such a poor quality effort. i won't recommend the book to anyone: it's a waste of money.