The end begins tomorrow.
Author Bobby Akart possesses the analytic capability of a supercomputer coupled with the expressiveness of an exceptional writer.
A government big enough to give you everything you want, is strong enough to take everything you have.
~ Thomas Jefferson
Martial Law is a prophetic and prescient novel by author Bobby Akart. The Boston Brahmin series continues as much of America is thrust into bedlam and upheaval following a vicious cyber attack on the country's critical infrastructure.
A President, with an election looming as his second term nears an end, conspires with the wealthy and politically powerful Boston Brahmin to bring the country to its knees. While ordinary Americans struggle for survival, others demand answers. A centuries old cadre of Bostonians with roots dating back to the Founding Fathers, are forced to face the tough questions including:
Is this the result of a false flag, or is it for the greater good?
Political suspense collides with post-apocalyptic thriller fiction as Martial Law, book three in The Boston Brahmin series reveals that all empires collapse eventually and that there have been no exceptions.
Reading Length: 305 Pages
Listening Length: 8 Hours, 10 Minutes
Thrillers ~ Financial ~ Fantasy
*I requested and was granted an Audible code for this audio book*
Be aware that it takes a while to get past all of the front matter and start the actual book. I believe it was Chapter 10 that the story actually started.
I'm enjoying this series, like reading all of the intracacies of the characters, but I have to admit that I felt a little bogged down in detail this time around. I guess I was expecting more action now, more ba-BOOM, and feel a little bit let down. Don't get me wrong, it was still an interesting read, and I will definitely continue on with the series. Not because I have the series all on Audio, but because I am invested and interested to see where this leads, what happens next. I just hope the pace and action pick up tempo in the next book.
The narrator does a bang up job on these. He has subtle changes to his accent for different characters that you almost don't notice at first, but you definitely know when a new characters is speaking. Well done, as always.
Overall Bob says: 4 Platypires