Rebecca Tree

Rebecca Tree The world is running out of time as the American political system is trapped in an accelerating death spiral into irrationality The country becomes increasingly polarized as rapidly rising seawater se

  • Title: Rebecca Tree
  • Author: Michael Abramson
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  • Page: 445
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  • The world is running out of time as the American political system is trapped in an accelerating death spiral into irrationality The country becomes increasingly polarized as rapidly rising seawater separates wet states from dry states Parts of South Florida surrender to the sea as carcasses of once chic beachfront hotels poke out from the ocean floor Guest agriculThe world is running out of time as the American political system is trapped in an accelerating death spiral into irrationality The country becomes increasingly polarized as rapidly rising seawater separates wet states from dry states Parts of South Florida surrender to the sea as carcasses of once chic beachfront hotels poke out from the ocean floor Guest agricultural workers from Mexico hand pollinate fruit trees and vegetable crops in a desperate effort to maintain the country s food supply California s once plentiful fruits are now as rare as caviar in post Tsarist Russia.Out of this chaos emerges Rebecca Tree, the rebellious granddaughter of America s most powerful politician, Merewether Tree A successful inventor and businesswoman, Rebecca s life is marked by a string of tragedies, having lost both parents at the age of two, and her twin sister Allison at the age of four The loss of her sister stirs her heart to beat for two, propelling Rebecca forward into a life of accomplishment, developing technologies that might help reverse global warming When Rebecca s brother, the current president of the United States, dies in office during an election year, her grandfather blackmails her into entering the race for the White House After shockingly winning the election in a dysfunctional near future America, she begins a journey uncovering family secrets while trying to restore rationality to an embittered country if only she can avoid the brother and sister Native Force team that seems hell bent on assassinating her Beware of whiplash

    Rebecca Tree A Political Dynasty Unravels Aug , Rebecca Tree is the implausibly accomplished and beautiful younger sister of the US President She s a business powerhouse, she s great at hand to hand combat, she s an excellent speaker, etc, etc Her brother is as cartoonishly evil as she is stereotypically angelic. Rebecca Tree by Michael Abramson Rebecca Tree is an interesting, engaging political thriller wrapped inside of elegant, literary prose fiction Full of nuanced details that set the scene, Rebecca Tree is highly enjoyable Rebecca s a likable character thrust into precarious situations, like any life lived in the spotlight. Rebecca Tree Home Facebook Rebecca Tree likes This fast paced political thriller is a gripping story of family secrets and government corruption Publishers Weekly Fundraiser by Rebecca Peden Rebecca Tree GoFundMe Rebecca Peden needs your help today Rebecca Tree O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree Rebecca Peden looks forward to Christmas The countdown usually starts around January st Just days till Christmas The Rebecca Tree will come to life this year in the Fountain Inn Chamber of Commerce The Rebecca Tree is the budding dream of a te Rebecca Attree Mediator Rebecca Attree is a mediator specialising in reaching agreement in commercial contracts, aviation, property, construction and she is an accredited Workplace Mediator. Matoaka Rebecca Rolfe Genealogy Jun , Pocahontas born Matoaka, known as Amonute, and later known as Rebecca Rolfe, c March was a Virginia Indian notable for her association with the colonial settlement at Jamestown, Virginia.

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  • Michael Abramson

    Michael Abramson looks back at a multi decade career as a photojournalist primarily working for the Time Life family of magazines He has documented a wide range of subjects, from the conflict in Northern Ireland, street gangs in New York, the Wounded Knee occupation, and a barefoot doctor tending to untouchables in Calcutta, India.His photographic books include Palante, Young Lords Party reissued by Haymarket Inside Las Vegas with Mario Puzo Roy Lichtenstein, Portrait of an Artist Amy, the Story of a Deaf Girl and Our Portion of HellBECCA TREE is his debut novel and it has been a semi finalist in a previous year s Breakout Novel Award competition.

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  • Rebecca Tree is an interesting, engaging political thriller wrapped inside of elegant, literary prose fiction. Full of nuanced details that set the scene, Rebecca Tree is highly enjoyable. Rebecca's a likable character thrust into precarious situations, like any life lived in the spotlight. Family drama, corruption, blackmail--it's territory one can easily delve into, especially given the current political climate which makes the female protagonist especially apropos. I'm going to refrain from p [...]


  • In this jarring moment in our real politics where life is indeed stranger than fiction, Michael Abramson’s first novel still manages to hold its own – pushing some of our grandest dreams and worst nightmares to fruition in a not-so-distant future America. Abramson has created a new yet, in many ways, familiar world: global warming is taking its toll; both nature and politics have dangerously divided America; we’ve already had a woman President, and it’s no big deal that the second one is [...]


  • Rebecca Tree is a political thriller which in tales of course politics, mystery and like real life events that we read about in the newspapers and watch on television, the web and the secrets that are hidden behind closed doors that scandals breaks out It kind of sounds like the election year between the two running parties for presidency this year, you know their names, everyone around the globe knows their names. Rebecca has a strong will that survives everything that gets thrown at her, for i [...]


  • This is a story of America in the not too distant future, a future I hope never to see. However, this is only fiction, and global warming may never be as it’s depicted in the story. It’s essentially a story of another powerful dynasty the Tree family, which reminded me of the Kennedy’s. Sam is the president, brother of our hero Rebecca. When Sam gets killed, Rebecca is elected in his place, and so the story evolves around dark secrets, corruption and much more besides. This is a fast-paced [...]


  • Nothing like a good conspiracy!Rebecca Tree is an amazing story, and its written with purpose. I was pulled into the story, the minute it told me the President (Sam Tree) would die. The backstory and jolting information about the relationship between Sam and Rebecca made me read on. I enjoyed this story, and it's very well written. Abramson introduces each character and it brings on more questions as the importance of even the "departed" members of the Tree family are important to the story. The [...]


  • Rebecca Tree: Michael Abramson Escaping the world we are born into is not easy. Distancing from our families often creates more than just friction when we are forced to reintroduce ourselves in a different way. Rebecca Tree chose to alienate herself from a family who really had little to do with her. With her brother, Sam, as President of the United States and suddenly succumbing to his death, the Tree family faces a crisis and must find a way to continue its political influence. Rebecca is the [...]


  • A fast-paced political thriller including romance and mystery.When I read the first few chapters (other than the first one), I was thrilled. This was a fast moving novel encompassing corrupt politicians and the same type of problems we face each day. The heroine, Rebecca, does not exist in real life, but it made me think of how wonderful it would be if there were more people like her. She was a granddaughter of the Tree family, one of the most powerful politically, corrupt families in the US. Bu [...]


  • World wide, the evidence of the upcoming presidential election is plastered for all to see. It’s amazing to me at times how I see posts from friends from other countries such as Australia and Canada weigh in with their opinions. At a time when politics seem to rule the media, it’s only fitting to throw myself into reading a political thriller! I can appreciate the thought provoking details to the story and the good guy vs. bad guy tale that goes along with it. I was intrigued from the first [...]


  • Author Michael Abramson sent me an e-copy of Rebecca Tree for review.Rebecca Tree is your not so basic political thriller. I say not so, basic because author Michael Abramson has not stayed with the normal conventions of the genre, at least as I understand them.Although I am going to point out problems I had with Rebecca Tree, I did enjoy the book.The political aspects of the story are secondary to the actual main theme of the book. Rebecca Tree is actually a family dysfunction story set in the [...]


  • At times, the novel seemed to be traveling through mudan again, those were the places where political discussions and such were taking place. I admit, I don't understand much about the government and I believe that is why I had so many issues.This novel spotlighted what could happen if/when America's people stop caring and allow bad politicians to run with their own corrupt agendas. It also shows that if you are willing to fight, there just may be a way to undo some of the damage and repair our [...]


  • The book follows Rebecca Tree, a slightly nerdy, self-made woman who obtained success in spite of her family's dynastical dysfunction. Even with her own problems, she manages to keep herself together and ends up thrust into the spotlight she never wanted.You'll keep turning the pages as she dodges one crisis after another, always searching for the answer to the one question that haunts her. The book has a little bit of everything—mystery, terrorists, scandals, technology, politics.Rebecca Tree [...]


  • Rebecca is an unforgettable character with an amazing journey she takes on to find answers.Read full review in the 2016 July/August issue of InD'tale Magazine.


  • Excellent readI very much enjoyed this book. Interesting main character and the suspense is well maintained. It is well written and well edited. Some of the political deliberations are a bit long, but I suspect they were the main purpose for the book. Definitely worth a read.




  • Great readIt established the characters quickly while still developing the story without being boring. Couldn't stop. Highly recommended read. Wow what a ride!


  • Fantasy We don't live, nor want to live, in dictatorship! This story plot is most unrealistic. Not recommended to anyone without a box of tissues at hand.


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