Late in the 21st century, the United Continental States of America (or UCSA), comprising the former USA, Canada and Mexico, is running smoothly: unemployment has been all but eradicated, terrorism is quashed in the country, and internal dissent diminishes by the day. Most people thank President Meyers for this. Many can no longer remember when there was last an election, but as long as he keeps the country safe from the terrorist group Hariq Jihad (‘Fire War’), this seems a small price to pay.
The tensions between liberty and safety, between family and country, will force Jackson to rethink all his beliefs, and lead to a collision with the system he has dedicated his life to serving.
Fire War is a suspenseful, gripping and unnerving examination of the paradoxes of power, the price of liberty, and the dictates of conscience. The world you live in will never look the same again.
Fire War is starting to reach Hollywood readers. Famous Comedian John Caponera just left a great 5-star review for it on amazon.
5.0 out of 5 stars
Fire War Sizzles, November 23, 2016
By John Caponera
This review is from: Fire War: A Dystopian Political Thriller (Fire War Trilogy Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
I really enjoyed the read. It’s fiction but the kind I like because you can image this actually happening which makes it more believable without having to really stretch your imagination. I’m sure you ended the book with a sequel in mind because it felt unresolved which makes me want to read the follow up. I totally connected with the lead character Jackson, especially with his struggle being an absentee father and Courtney wanting a divorce. I’m going through that now so it really hit home. Meyers reminds me of a young Hitler brainwashing all of Germany and creating the Gastopo. or Stalin before Glasnost. You got me hooked now so let me know when the sequel comes out. Great job. Your newest fan.
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