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A major earthquake, followed by a mega-tsunami, might swamp Russia and China’s war on the United States.

Suspected of collaborating with the enemy, Sierra Forester needs a safe place to hunker down until she can clear her name. Austin Martin might be able to help…or he might be the source of even greater problems. If he risks his life to protect her, can either survive?

Soon after arriving at their remote Alaskan hideout, a mega-tsunami sends Sierra and Austin running for their lives. Can they escape a watery death? How will this natural disaster affect Alaska—and all of the Pacific coast?

Meanwhile, Russia and China step up their war on the United States. Battles are being fought on multiple fronts. Neither side has yet resorted to nuclear weapons, but it’s only a matter of time. Can America fend off the communists? Or will the Russian bear and the Chinese dragon finally pin their enemy to the ground?

The Dragon is the second book in Jamie Lee Grey’s thrilling post-apocalyptic Mystery Babylon series. Begin this clean faith-based adventure today!

©2022 Jamie Lee Grey (P)2022 Jamie Lee Grey

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Loved this series!

Location, Characters, Story and Narration. Spot on in my opinion. This series isn't written to the age level so many in this genre are. I enjoyed these very much. Thanks! Keep'em commin'.

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So about a third to a quarter of this book is where the couple is stuck in a tree.

I'm a huge fan of Jamie Lee's books. And I still liked this one and would recommend it, even though it did seem to take too long to develop. I didn't count the total chapters but I think it was somewhere around eight that the couple is stuck in a tree… way way too long. That section of the book is really belabored, but overall it still a decent story worth listening too. I just think it could've been a lot better
If she had developed the story more and not labored so long on the tree. Stacey once again does a great performance and I highly recommend her as a reader. And I'll add even with that criticism of the overall story, I will still purchase the Eagle when it becomes as an audiobook.

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Loved it, but…

I really like this series so far. But.. I can’t wrap my head around why did the author spend so much time on Sierra and Austin stuck on a tree. I feel like the other story lines moved along nicely. However back in Alaska a whole lot of nothing happened except for the very beginning and the ending. I look forward to the next book in this series. I just really hope there is more development for Sierra and Austin and the folks in the small Alaskan town.

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very good story

I like this book a lot. Some areas made you think about the end times.