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Publisher's Summary

It isn’t the only time a US presidential election has been disputed. But this time, it might lead to war.

For the first time in history, UN peacekeeping troops are amassing at the northern border. Marshall Tate has set up his new headquarters in Canada. The world watches. Tensions run high across the country. Will a second civil war tear the country apart? In the shadows, and out of the public eye, the puppet masters continue their schemes. 

Can anyone figure out their ultimate plan? Is the looming chaos their endgame? Or is it something more sinister?

You’ll love this riveting thriller because it will keep you listening well past your bedtime.

The Falling Empires Series is best listened to in order, as each book builds upon the previous work. 

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©2019 Front Line Publishing (P)2020 Front Line Publishing

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dont waste your time or money.

terribly written, poorly performed, bad all around.
author writes like a 10 year old.
the serues doesnt get better, just worse. abandon ship, its not worth your sanity.

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Love this series

I absolutely love this series so far, two very talented authors can’t wait to listen to the next one👍👍👍

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  • 30-01-2020

Awesome

Couldn't stop listening, loved every minute of it.
Narrator does a great job. Bring on the next book in the series.

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  • Rick B
  • 08-12-2020

Unbelievably realistic, nearly a prognostication!

This book (and series et al.) is a masterpiece. The shocking parallels between the plot and our present day turmoil is astonishing. Being 2020 and all, it wouldn't surprise me if the brilliant authors were time travelers issuing a good faith warning! Tongue in cheek, but this book is absolutely one of my new favorites, its inspiring and gives me hope that we can, and will definitively destroy the left, the socialist menace shall be obliterated and when, not if, that will be a day cherished throughout the next ten generations! Down with the left, axe them all, they are ALL enemies of our beautiful Republic and they will ALL be summarily executed, their blood will flow freely and that blood will water our withering tree of liberty and its thirst shall be refreshed and quenched. LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC AND DEATH TO THE COMMIES.

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  • VaDavid
  • 27-05-2020

Lazy & amateur writing but interesting story...

Overall, the story is entertaining however the writing leaves something to be desired. The authors are repetitive through their use of certain writing elements to the point where it becomes extremely annoying ("boom" for explosions and whenever there is a conversation between two characters, the authors end it with the same reference to mundane chatter to end the conversations). Although the story is unrealistic, there are just enough hints of partial reality to keep readers engaged. I wish I could continue the series (it really is a fascinating story) but the annoyances have hit their peak for me. The narrator is average, certainly not an RC Bray, and could tone down the "booms" and PLEASE pronounce HELO ("hee-low", not hell-oh") correctly.

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  • Pedro
  • 08-03-2020

Good Story

My second review on this series. Still good. I would've liked to hear more from Seth Mitchell but maybe that's still to come.

The law enforcement role was played down too much. If the country was under attack I feel pretty confident that all critical targets--to include the NSA buildings assaulted by the Spetsnaz unit--would've been under better protection than depicted. Certainly, Police air assets and metro SWAT units would be augmenting any contract security at those buildings.

Also, I find it hard to believe that there would be any effort to have the civilian population go on with business as usual while it's leaders were being bombed or forced into their bunkers. During WWII, the entire country was galvanized, resources corralled and nearly everyone put to work.

That being stated, this is still a good yarn and I will definitely finish the series. Wish you could get another narrator though.

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  • Evan Queen
  • 26-01-2020

James and Miranda hit another home run

I love their work. This book does not disappoint. It keeps your attention until the last page.

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  • Nate Shakerley
  • 04-10-2021

Future Predictions?

Love this series, but I will be honest it scares the hell out of me.

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  • 29-08-2021

Good story, possible scenario whether or not one wants to admit

Enjoyable. Good story. Like that many stories and players are told. Only downside is that the U.S. and people seem to be duped at each turn and a step behind. I started to give a 3 on story mostly because I don’t want to believe we are that stupid or that we are that arrogant. On second thought I changed it to 5. History, past and present have proven we are that stupid, arrogant, or cheap.

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  • Jonathan
  • 02-08-2021

Painful

I had to put this down. I was always sick to my stomach at how real this is. Rosone and Watson have predicted so much about the way our country is today. I was terrorized by the first book and sucker-punched by the second. It is no stretch to think that those in the White House at this moment (President Houseplant and his handlers) have read this series and are taking it as an operation manual. It is a great story, excellently presented but I kept feeling like I needed to go into a quiet room and hug a puppy and play with finger paints. But, then, I'm the guy that cries a lot at all kinds of movies. (When you cry at a Marvel movie you know you have a problem.) Others may find it a fascinating what-if. Others may want to stock up on extra guns and ammo. I found it reads like todays headlines, and am scared s--tless.

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  • Lelen
  • 11-02-2021

This one went by fast, lots of action

Though this book is nearly 13 hours long, it felt like 4-5 hours. The action is hot and heavy and the political drama is just as good as the battle for America. What I like about this series is it makes you think from both the perspective of the characters and the what if I was there angle. Sometimes we start something with good intention or because we feel we are right and often there are greater consequences than we anticipate. The President elect felt that he had won regardless of the help he received and now he has to deal with the consequence and the destruction his decisions have created. Most of our politicians in the Uni-party probably started out with good intentions, but their greed and gullibility makes them the pawns of political masters and once they figure that out they realized that they must go along with the deep state/big tech/the elite or get chewed up and spit out. Keep your head down and do as you are told.

I think one angle in this book that is being overlooked is the American gun owner. Do you really think foreign troops could just march into Michigan aka Militiagan and not meet strong resistance from some of the millions of US gun owners? Hell, I live in Idaho and when all of the BLM/Antifa crap was kicking off in Seattle and word was spread that these groups were going to show up in Coeur d'Alene to protest well over a hundred local armed citizens turned out to keep the peace. A few BLM showed up and were welcomed and allowed to protest peacefully. There are some scary good old boys in the backwoods of America that know the local terrain and are not friendly to strangers. There are also millions of ex-service members that have some level of basic to advanced war fighting training. Look at how many people get shot and killed in liberal gun controlled cities like Chicago on a daily basis and now multiply that by a thousand when people that actually know how to aim and shoot a gun in a disciplined manner decide to take action.

Good series and I will be getting more books from this author.

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  • DWJ North Logan UT
  • 01-02-2021

On Point

Loving it so far. Poor Canada. Stuck in the middle. Can't wait to hear what happens next.

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  • Little Library
  • 10-06-2020

enjoying this series

Loved book 2 as much as book 1. Can't wait to start book 3! thank you!

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  • Shane Scott
  • 15-06-2021

Great

Great progression with the story, I've already downloaded the next one. I just wish the narrator would CALM down when something exciting happens.

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  • Russell Willens
  • 12-06-2021

Positive Bridge

The second book of the series certainly accelerates the clash of worlds in one country. The relevance to the current world of politics is spot on. A good listen.

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  • craig
  • 18-05-2021

great listen

fast paced and absorbing. couldnt stop listening! great narration too. would highly reccomend. 5 stars!

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  • Les S.
  • 08-05-2020

Brilliant

Totally gripping superb narration I’ll end up divorced over this series
Can’t wait to start book 3
Many thanks

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