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Minus America Series, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 18 mins
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What would the world be like without America? The attack only takes a few minutes to sweep from coast to coast. When it ends, nearly everyone on mainland USA is gone. Every policeman. Every housewife. Every trucker. Everyone. A continent free for the taking.... Ted MacInnis is a backup pilot on Air Force Two, over the Atlantic, when it happens. A warrior by nature, he can do little but listen as the radio signals from his homeland fade away and die.
A father and his son. Two-thousand-five-hundred miles apart. A blue ribbon crosses the sky. The world starts to unravel. No one knows what is happening, but everyone is trying to find out. Buck is running his big rig from the west coast. Garth is trapped in New York City with his high school friend. With Marine training and an 18-wheeler, Buck heads east. With no training and no communication with his father, Garth fights just to escape New York City.
A father and his son, a country apart. Time swirls and strange is a new normal. Believe it all. Trust none of it. Buck is driving for his life. Garth, too. Nowhere is safe as the dangers mount. Must get moving. Unless staying is better. Does anyone know the best choice? Make it up as you go because no one has gone through this before. The world becomes more and more hostile, but Buck and Garth aren't going to take it lying down.
Buck and Garth try to retain their humanity as they fight for their lives. How many others can they help? Should they even try? No one knows what's going on except a handful of people and even they aren't sure what happened, but most importantly, how do they stop it? The survivors are rushing to Colorado in an epic race. Time is working against them in more ways than one.
Buck is finally making headway on his journey east. Until he runs into something bigger than all of them. Garth is spinning his wheels. He has a companion who is a great deal of work, but she's also a huge help when he needs it most. Together, they try to dig themselves out of a deep hole. The skies are angry and the time waves are increasing. Nowhere is safe. Except one place and that's not very safe, either. The stakes increase with the struggles as all the players are trying to stay alive long enough to figure it out.
There are no more red or blue states; just empty states. And empty cities. But a few Americans survived, and are fighting to stay alive. Ted, the pilot, still protects Vice President Emily Williams as he retains the hope of finding his niece. His skills are tested as enemy forces zero in on their location. Tabby, the tour guide, is stuck with three young teens as she looks for her parents. Entire cities are theirs to explore. Dwight, the homeless man, is known for talking to an invisible parrot. He might also be witness to the first wave of the invasion force.
Ted and Emily flee the enemy, but the noose continues to close, even as he makes contact with his niece. While rescuing her is always a priority, he might have a lead on the nuclear briefcase stolen from him on day one. Hard choices are ahead. Tabby accepts her family is gone, but she has no intention of giving up her home. Does she have what it takes to fight back against an enemy hidden behind technological superiority? Dwight finds himself at the tip of the spear of the enemy invasion. He may be powerless to stop it, but he begins to think he might be able to slow it down.
The American homeland is slowly being devoured by a relentless enemy, and the number of people fighting back continues to dwindle. But all is not lost. Ted and Emily work tirelessly to stay alive and fight back, and they've joined up with some of the leftovers missed by the initial terrorist attack. After scoring a minor victory for the fledgling rebellion, they're faced with the withering prospect of assaulting the invader's main base of operations.
The enemy demands Americans be kicked out of every nation. Germany. England. France. Every US citizen must leave. The high seas are their only refuge. Ted and Emily crash into the middle of the enemy camp, but they've all been betrayed by David and his Legion. While Americans were the first to fall, it becomes clear the enemy leader has his sights set on a much larger target.
Banished by bad decisions to spend the summer with his great-grandmother, Liam Peters thinks his life is over. After all, Marty Peters is a tough woman to be around. Maybe she wouldn't be so bad if she'd just take an interest in the modern technology he loves. Sure, she has some insight to her...but the woman is practically "pushing daisies". Not surprisingly, as tornado sirens announce a city-wide emergency, Liam discovers why that term should be avoided...well...like the plague.