Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 03, 2012
Lee Dodson, author of the novel Infiltration, answered critics today by posting a brief survey listed at the bottom of the press release.
“I’m getting flak from readers, a few, who are telling me that I’m “off my rocker” when I postulate an attack on the United States proper, that what I created as a plot, is objectionable, and that nobody believes anything like it could happen here,” Dodson said in an interview yesterday.
Asked about the level of discourse, the writer replied “One guy was pretty heated, said I should realize that terrorism is a thing of the past, especially on our own turf. To which I responded that we just had an attack on American soil with the assault on our consulate in Benghazi.”
“The mindset bothered me, so I put together a simple ten question survey to see what the thinking is out there,” Dodson said. “Now, we’ll get some feedback other than from the folks who read the book.
The book, Infiltration, describes an assault on a deserted area in Arizona that is covered by diversionary tactics while a group takes and holds twenty square miles for forty-eight hours and then leaves.
When questioned about the logic behind the book, the writer asserted “Oh, yeah, I think it’s quite possible. The element of truth has to be in the story, otherwise, there’s no point in writing it.”
Dodson promises the survey results will be made public by October 31. “What better day than Halloween to reveal what people are really scared of, or not. Should be interesting because I don’t hear anyone else asking the questions, and they should be.”