A riveting, ultra-realistic example of “dystopian fiction at its best” (Brad Thor, #1 New York Times bestselling author) from the acclaimed author of the Day By Day Armageddon novels!
During an unacknowledged mission inside the Syrian border, a government operative had unwittingly triggered an incredible worldwide event that irrevocably shaped the future of the United States.
In the aftermath of the crisis, families have struggled to survive in a world short on food, water, and electricity. Hyperinflation cripples the United States economy and post-war armored military vehicles are patrolling the streets.
One man has now stepped forward and continues to push back the dark wave of tyranny brought on by martial law in the streets of America, and may be the only hope of saving liberty for the country’s future.
Fans of near-future dystopian fiction in which isolated warriors fight against a tyrannical U.S. government will welcome Bourne's exciting sequel to 2016's Tomorrow War: The Chronicles of Max. The tough, capable Max has accidentally contributed to a worldwide disaster involving a computer bug while on a CIA mission in Syria. Back in Newton County, Ark., he's a wanted man, determined to fight the "lawless thugs that were running the country now." Food is rationed, and guns have been confiscated. Officials can stop and frisk and search without warrants. Habeas corpus has been indefinitely suspended, and, worst of all, Chinese soldiers have been imported to hunt down the rebel fighters. Max goes on a series of rescue operations and is reunited with his old CIA mentor, Maggie. After linking up with a rebel group called the Northwest Arkansas Irregulars, Max and Maggie set out on one last mission, which may or may not bring down the government and restore freedom. For readers into this subgenre, this will go down as smoothly as a cold beer on a hot day.)\n
J.L Bourne's best offering yet.
I have been a fan of the authors writing style and story telling for a long time. I have read all his books multiple times. This one feels a little deeper than his previous books. I reached a point in the story that I was sure would be the end but, there was another third to go. That being said, the overall flow of this book does follow a similar path to his others. If you like post apocalyptic stuff this series is definitely worth a read. If you like zombies, hit up his Day by Day Armageddon series. I am a bit biased as it is my favorite zombie related material.
In short, somebody at Netflix or the like needs to get on the ball and give this guy a movie or show. It would be better than most of the crap out there now.