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Publisher's Summary

As the dragon awoke...the world came together. Would it be enough to stop China?

WWIII wasn’t what any of the analysts expected. Across the globe, battles raged. Taiwan fell. Fighting continued in the Caribbean and South America. The Russian Far East had invaders, and nobody seemed able to stop this new Red Army. With the world in chaos, it was hard to unravel the pieces.

Would one US pilot give them hope?

On the first day of the war, his F-22 Raptor was shot down over Cuba. Lieutenant Colonel Ian "Racer" Ryan survived, escaped, and now had the Air Force’s 6th generation fighter under him. Would it be enough to outsmart the Chinese AI defenses?

Was this the turning point...or the end?

©2021 James Rosone and Miranda Watson (P)2021 Podium Audio

What listeners say about Monroe Doctrine: Volume III

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The war seems more and more implausible

Why in the hell would the US allow China to continue sailing commercial ships around the world? Especially after they used cargo ships to attack the US? Why are the Western alliance allowing China to continue shipping oil out of the Middle East? So shortsighted and if the happened in real life the US deserves to lose!

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Another Partial Book!

I am paying for the full series but not at all happy about it!

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  • 07-05-22

Expensive book. Maybe this is the new system

I love the story. What I don't like is for each new chapter. A bit repetitive on the ground war...

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This could happen in today's world very scary.

I enjoy a good war story, and so far this has been a real good story very suspenseful you never know whats coming up next . I hope the next book is just as good.

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jargon and military equipment explanation document

if you really like to hear the description and numerical description of military weapons and this is the book for you, it is a complete downplay from the first two books that actually had a little bit of character development which had zero in this book. I am very disappointed because this is a great premise and it had a great opening but now it just seems like he's out for a cash grab. also the voice performance didn't get any better. he doesn't change his voice. you can't really tell the difference between who is who and it's a little bland. I don't know how he got his sag card.

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Volume 3

I have enjoyed this volume as much as the 1st and 2nd.ones. One issue is the senior leadership had never talked to the computer and ask it a question and when they did his AI was beginning to go beyond there control

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In for a penny, in for a pound

NATO gets some good notches after being sucker punched in the first two books, but this is just the warm up act of WW3. I do wish there were a few more scenes from the Chinese pov.

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Addicted

It’s just plain awful having to wait to hear more. It is one of the books I listen to with an edge of sadness knowing it won’t last forever.
Write and narrate quicker please. Just kidding… I’d hate to ruin this masterpiece by rushing the artists. Im very appreciative of your hard work and am very eager to hear the rest.

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Slow, biased and somewhat predictable

Although Storytelling has improved and the books are now more digestable, one of the most important characters JD is only mentioned briefly. On another note developments are always led by the U.S. (the rest of the world in a global thrid world war, is just along for the ride) in the case of Venezuela, Colombia or Brasil for example, the author clearly didn't do his homework. True, a full on Invasion would most likely be launched from Colombia, but it doesn't take into account that Brasil wouldn't just stand-by or that Colombia's armed forces are hard-core battle-tested veterans in jungle warfare who have defeated in international contests, special forces from other countries, are almost half a million strong and are a Vietnam Case Study of how to defeat an insurgent army. But in the case of the book, they are relegated to the equivalent of "Guard Duty" who have to be accompanied by U.S. special forces because "americans are better killers". That's like telling an Israeli IDF soldier "Hold my beer while I teach you urban warfare", telling a Finn that they're winter warfare capabilities are irrelevant or ignoring an indian high altitude mountain brigade, believing a U.S. soldiers can do better than them (Sorry, but some units around the world are equivalent or better killers in their specialty). For example, the French Foreign Legion is seen with awe by americans, but not British SAS who have an insane level of Jungle preparation in Belize. In summary, I will continue to listen to the rest of the series, but I expect a higher level of research from the authors. Their ignorance of some military facts can affect the listener experience.

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Hold on tight

Good work on personification of combat skills and know. I’ll be going crazy waiting on the next installment.

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  • 01-30-22

Excellent research

Realistic research and good background stories and interesting characters. I really enjoyed and looking forward to next book.

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  • James B
  • 02-06-22

An epic sci-fi adventure of a thriller!

James Rosone and Miranda Watson continue to soar to new heights. Even after having read the book top to bottom, it still manage to impress and entertain.

Such interesting detail continues to go into the locations, characters and battles of this series that dives into unknown territories. Those being the long-term effects of a war in the Caribbean.

Volume III gives us a new look into a field of battle emerging in today's world - Space Warfare. Those Archangel fighters make for exciting stories at hypersonic speeds!

Of course, none of this would be without an awesome, thorough performance by Marc Vietor. He has a voice and a tone for every scenario put forward.

Thanks to all who made this happen. You have done well! Ad Astra!