Domestic Enemies: The Reconquista is a novel set in the not-too-distant future in the American Southwest, during a period of low-intensity civil war. The action takes place between Texas and California, but the story is mainly centered around New Mexico. Domestic Enemies: The Reconquista is a sequel to Enemies Foreign and Domestic, but it may be enjoyed on its own.
©2008 Matthew James Bracken (P)2013 Matthew James Bracken
Really enjoy listening to these books sure am glad I was introduced to Audible. Best dollar I've ever spent.
I fully enjoyed the story and the characters. This is a author who'll be having more audio books produced soon I would think. The narrator was perfect somehow I see all this with a strong southern accent for characters at least most. I look forward to more. Hopefully soon.
There's a 3rd book in this series I have it on kindle but would prefer audio.
Unlike a lot of Patriot Fiction this is very well written with a good plot and character development
Looking forward to the next one
Mr Brackens books should be made into movies. The narrators voice is perfect for telling this story. Don't listen to other reviews regarding the narration. I've read all his books and I am working on listening to them all on audible. I wish there were more in the EFD story.
Deep story line, twists, lots of action. It's scary how the story mirrors what is happening in the headlines today.
Extremely well researched. Author is obviously a lifelong student of the subject matter. Thank you Matt Bracken for sharing your insight.
It reminded me of another book I read awhile back called
"The Next 100 Years: A Forecast for the 21st Century " It's quite frightening to think, but I believe this is where the country is headed. I think Mr. Bracken is doing a great service by putting these scenarios in fictional settings, it will open a few peoples eyes to what is going on around them. That is what I like best about the story
Yes, it is plausible and believable..
Little Brians assistance in the escape.
Read for #3....I like Mikes voice, but his narration seems somewhat amateur ..still I like it..
Mom, birdwatcher, and online teacher
Yes, I started reading the print version but I wanted to find out what happens sooner. I don't have much time to sit down and read, so it was good to be able to listen while doing other chores, etc.
Ranya is my favorite character. She is a strong woman, a patriot, and a mother. Many bad things have happened to her, but she continues on with life and pursues her vision. She refuses to be a victim.
I love his accent. He obviously cares about the story and the characters. Sometimes it sounds like he is tearing up while reading, which I was doing at times also. He is a great narrator. I read in a forum where Bracken said that he offered to do this, so he obviously feels that the message of this book needs to get out to more people. So his critics need to shut their mouths.
Yes, I laughed and cried at times. There are very few books that are as realistic as this one and that aren't afraid to be politically incorrect. This book inspired me to get more serious about preparation for my family and gave me the confidence to ignore the current nonsense in the media. Every American who is currently in favor of "welcoming refugees" should be required to read this book.
As mentioned at the beginning of the book, you can read this without reading the first in the trilogy but there is a major spoiler if you do. This book is focused on the invasion from Mexico and problems in the Southwest. It's like the "Empire Strikes Back" of the Star Wars trilogy, and thus probably the darkest of the three books. It is definitely worth reading, but then go on and read the third one!
The story is excellent! The audiobook of book 1 is barely tolerable but got better on books 2 and 3.
Too low budget and unrefined.
Yes. Extreme patriotism.
Matt Bracken is a genius
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