“Mr. Kratman’s novel is called Caliphate, and is set more or less a century hence in a Muslim Europe at war with an imperial America. The fall of Canada’s little more than a bit of backstory to explain how things got that way. On the press release, the publisher includes a recommendation from the technothriller writer John Ringo describing Caliphate as ‘Mark Steyn’s America Alone with a body count.’
“Gulp. That’s not the kind of quote that’s terribly helpful right now.
“His protagonist is a post-CIA undercover operative in Germany who hooks up with a Catholic cutie sold into slavery and then into an elite brothel. Ferrigno is stronger on character and motivation, but Kratman’s dystopia is a brisk page-turner full of startling twists and bad sex. I don’t just mean the pneumatic bouts of hooker sex; even the good sex comes off as bad. Whether or not Mr. Kratman is an expert in this field, I cannot say.
“We’ll be seeing a lot more novels like this — although perhaps not in Canada, if the Canadian Islamic Congress and their dopey enablers in the ‘human rights’ commission succeed in their campaign to get fictional plots rendered actionable. But, even if they do, the Islamization of Europe goes on.”