Review: The Road to Damascus

February 4, 2015 5:43 PM

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The Road to Damascus takes place in the not-too-distant future, giving us a glimpse in to the harsh possibilities that we seem to come so close to these days. A terrorist attack outside of St. Patrick's Cathedral sets off the ire of the new third party president, and, not wanting to appear weak, he seeks retribution, deciding that Damascus (with questionable proof) is to blame.

The NSA anxiously wants to initiate bombing in Syria. However, the new pontiff has decided to use himself as a human shield in the event that the United States finds itself pulling the trigger, so to speak, in order to prevent catastrophe. U.S. diplomat, Dexter Hobhouse, is sent to the Vatican to di...

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