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World War 3

By: Matthew Marcellus
Narrated by: Jesse Gossett
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China's leaders watched the riots and looting that tore through America during the summer of 2020 carefully. The events of 1/6/21 confirmed what China's leaders had long suspected: that America is divided. World War 3: The Dragon Rises depicts how a Chinese EMP (electromagnetic pulse) weapon attack upon America would cripple the United States. China's leaders also unleash the world's first super-soldiers upon America in World War 3: The Dragon Rises. With altered DNA, these super-soldiers utilize the chaos that has gripped America after the electricity goes out.

America's political leaders show their true intentions after the EMP attack. With no regard for the American citizens, Washington, DC's elite betray the country. World War 3: The Dragon Rises shows how ordinary Americans and America's leaders would deal with an EMP attack. This exciting and realistic thriller shows how the USA's political and social divisions will lead to its downfall.

©2021 Matthew Marcellus (P)2022 Matthew Marcellus

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Don’t waste your credits on this

This is written by a Maga-Moron. Totally political and denigrating all who are not on the political hard right. Makes believe that everyone in rural America is saintly, smart and godly. Wish there was a way to get my money back. DRIVEL from a January 6 type trumper.

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Disgusting. Treasoni

Bastard really disgusting book/totally treasonous – I am surprised that you guys picked up this book

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Good until the end.

The story was pretty good but seemed rushed. I’m not a fan of the two Democratic families at the end but…. Even I thought the end was way over the top.

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Overdramatic but good warning to America

The performance was amateurish but the story and warning of our excesses was well taken. At the risk of a spoiler alert it would have been nice to inject some hope in the story.

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Are you kidding me??

This book must have been written by a communist. I was outraged at the story. I can only say that as a an American, I would NEVER submit! I would fight to the very end. This author obviously does not understand the American spirit.

Larry S.
Reno, NV.

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A bit long

Interesting beginning both geopolitical and scientific. It gets quickly too long as it is only covering the story of a couple small groups and completely miss the big picture of what is happening in North America during the WW 3 story. Having experienced war and chaos, yes, human nature quickly turns to “dog eat dog” in desperate times….

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Great

On point. Its unfortunately true to life and scary as hell. Will there be a sequel?

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The first reviewer is living on Coolaid from FJB

Great book , string characters who never worry about what pronouns you have, read and enjoy

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Awful

I bought this having read a good review, and I have wasted a credit. Possibly one of the most disappointing novels of its genre it is poorly written and badly narrated. If you're expecting something in the style of "Defcon 1", or "Command and Control", forget it. After a passable start, if not a tad unbelievable, it deteriorates into a boring series of incidents during which I found myself hoping that the baddies would kill the goodies so it would soon be over. I made it almost to the end, until the baliffs arrived to take away my will to live.