Five Years After Five Years After
Book 4 - A John Matherson Novel

Five Years After

A John Matherson Novel

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Publisher Description

From William R. Forstchen, the New York Times bestselling author of the One Second After series, comes Five Years After, a near-future thriller where John Matherson must contend with new threats to the fragile civilization that he helped rebuild.

Five years after The Final Day, the Republic of New America has all but collapsed into regional powers and the world at large is struggling to remain stable as regional conflicts ravage the post EMP landscape. After several years attempting to lead a quiet life, John Matherson receives the news that the President is dying from a possible assassination attempt, and is asked to step in to negotiate with what appears to be a new military power hidden in the wreckage of the world.

Pulled back into the fray, John struggles to hold the tottering Republic together. Facing threats on multiple fronts, he races against time to stop another EMP attack on the former United States and China, putting years of progress at risk. With so much of his work under threat, John must find the strength within to start over, so that he can save the country and the people that he holds dear from even greater calamity.

At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2023
August 22
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
352
Pages
PUBLISHER
Tor Publishing Group
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
4.5
MB

Customer Reviews

Ams1126 ,

Phenomenal

Great series. Scary. Realistic. Great characters. Lots of emotion. Wish there was another in the series…..

rtc6500 ,

Must Read

This is a book that should be a must read for anyone who is interested getting into government service.

Mukul79 ,

Tired of all the history lessons

This series is amazing, but I’m reminded of all the extra fluff when it comes to historical facts that I’m forced to read that goes in tangents. I usually skip those until I get to the actual storyline.

This particular book was good but if you removed all the history stuff that doesn’t have much to do with the actual storyline, it seemed quite thin and the ending felt abrupt. I would have liked to have seen that played out/fleshed out more

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