My Liberal Education: How I Survived the First Four Years of George W. Bush

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AuthorHouse, 2006 - Fiction - 464 pages
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Know your government? Or do you?

There are always things the government does not want you to know, but what if your future depended on knowing these things? In Krystal's Revenge, you will find out the truth about the Iraq War, the FBI and CIA involvement, as well as background material that led to the Patriot Act.

This is a true story. The two main characters, Liza Kruczinski and Damian Madden, begin with two separate stories that eventually merge. Damian's nickname for Liza is "Krystal" (synonymous with a swear word that he frequently refers to her).

There is another important character in the story, Ernie Wilson, a long lost friend of Liza's. After separating some 20 years, they come in contact again. Ernie plays an important part in helping discover many of the government cover-ups and the part Damian plays in executing these.

There are many twists and turns to the story, as it really happened, yet the truth manages to surface about what the FBI and CIA tried to keep covered up. Surveillance gets conducted on Liza as well as others. Though this surveillance occurred well before the Patriot Act, the author indirectly questions the reader to think about about thse events and how the reader would feel if the same occurred to them. The book is named Krystal's Revenge because Liza exposes the truth about what the FBI and the CIA wanted her to keep quiet. Krystal gets her revenge from doing just that.

The author, Maxine O'Day can be contacted at

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