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Publisher's Summary

Is this the end of America?

The US has finally fought the Russians to a standstill in Europe and stopped the Chinese and Russians from breaking out of Alaska, but now they have a new threat to handle in California. Will the bloody street fight be too much for the American military to handle?

Just as it seems that the United States is going to collapse, DARPA unleashes a new torrent of technologically advanced weapons. Will the new ark angel fighters turn the tide of air superiority back to America, or is it too late?

Cyber-Warfare and the New World Order is the fourth and final book in this epic techno-military World War III series. If you like innovative technologies, scheming politics, and heart-pounding combat scenes, you’ll love Rosone and Watson’s conclusion to this story.

©2018 Front Line Publishing Inc (P)2019 Front Line Publishing

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Terrible narrator...

Buy this book to read NOT to listen to it. The narrator was just awful...
It was almost painful to get through so I did not feel I had wasted my money.
I will carefully review any books in the future to ensure Kearney is not listed as the reader.

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A decent listen.

I'll admit, it didn't end in the manner I'd like but I really enjoyed the book. The ww3 series is a good series but I prefer the red storm series.

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tt GTGBad hem, but its going to destruv6ct. If your coming here can you bring an inspection shgeet?rr

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WW III

Hope it never happens. Excellent series. Highly recommend this if you want a good 'read'.

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Great Series!!

Rosone and Watson have done it again! If you like good war stories with a lot of action and very detailed descriptions or man and machine, this is the series for you!

I highly recommend this series for the reasons stated above. However, the narrator for book 3 has got to go! The story was good, but would have been much better with a different narrator. No offense intended, but…. No.

Larry S
Reno, NV.

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I think it's crap

I tried to finish it, but it is really awful. Chinese invading America? Silly to begin with, but assume it's possible. You would think they would have trouble with the gazillion armed civilians as well as the US military.

Couldn't suspend disbelief at all. Sorry.

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Half a good book

This was a good book for about half of it.
The author tried to wrap up all the loose ends so fast it made little sense. Then it got really weird and unfortunately it got wrapped up in today's politics. Really naming a U.S. Navy carrier the Donald J Trump?? And it seems like it is really easy to just change the constitution to suit your needs.
And at the end of the war the only thing the victors where concerned with was limiting space travel.
It is worth the read just dont expect much at the end

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Good story very hopeful.

I’m not saying that this book series rivals the Game of Thrones. But I do like the way that everybody was a hero in this series. A lot of characters changed and we’re killed off throughout the whole series.

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Finished the series

Enjoyable ride. It the audio of book four is horrible. Playing it at 1.8 times made it better but really badly done.

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Narrator turned a filet mignon into a burnt crisp

was the narrator a robot? so slow....as if he read with fingers under each word

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Feels rushed

The story feels rushed towards the end with several technological IWIN solutions and some details plainly forgotten. Still an ok conclusion to a good series though. The narration feels shouty and rushed compared to previous books in the series. Worth a listen if you enjoyed the previous two in the series but dont expect the same experience.

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  • 04-30-20

Great story - Ending was something to be desired

The book was a good listen and a significant improvement over the 3rd. However, it almost felt rushed and the ending was just disappointing.

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  • K E naysmith
  • 07-10-21

Was this a different author?

Mansplaining the military scenarios like to a 12 year old, like instead of "fall back! " they say like "ok guys this is getting dangerous stop shooting and go back behind the building". Random human interest stories constantly used to pad out the book with ridiculous detail that go nowhere and then disappear, the first two books were great, the monotone 3rd book was hard to listen to so it was hard to critique but the last book is a shocker, surely a different author?