Terrorists smuggle a nuclear bomb into Washington D.C. and detonate it during the State of the Union Address. Army veteran and congressional staffer Caden Westmore is in nearby Bethesda and watches as a mushroom cloud grows over the capital. The next day, as he drives away from the still burning city, he learns that another city has been destroyed and then another. America is under siege. Panic ensues and society starts to unravel. Through Many Fires is Kyle Pratt's third novel.
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Really enjoy listening to these books sure am glad I was introduced to Audible. Best dollar I've ever spent.
I truly enjoyed this one, really liked the way the characters were developed, their thoughts were expressed well and the narrater was totally enjoyable and expressed the characters well. Very much looking forward to the next book in this series at least I hope it's a series.
I recommend it to all.
Hard to get this book out of my head with everything that's going on in the world right now.
Can't wait for the next book.
Good story, well read.
Slight twist on the same story.
Enjoyable and interesting.
I will be getting the next book
I thoroughly enjoyed the story and found that it was well plotted, the characters were likable, and it didn't feel preachy even though it still held to a biblical framework.
Ever see Return of the Jedi? Remember how you felt at the end? There you go!
It was a good story. However, it ended abruptly, all wrapped up quickly.
I've read a few better, but I've read many worse. This scenario does make more sense than any other I've entertained and it's not a bunch of zombies. Thankfully. The narrator seems to do decent as well.
If you're looking for excitement, keep looking. You will not find it here. There is nothing exciting about this story, which is odd given the subject matter, and just as important, there is nothing exciting about the way the narration is done. The entire story is told in a matter of fact, reading type of way, so much so that it seems that things are pretty calm in the face of the biggest disaster a country could potentially realize. There is little difference among the male voices as well. Not one of the better selections among this genre.
Yes. I am reading the sequel and it is pretty good so far.
There was a point where I could have kicked myself for buying the sequel when I purchased this book. The beginning was painfully slow with minimal action and I dreaded having to listen to the rest of the book. However, about 75% of the way into the book the story began to pick up and get exciting. I really enjoyed the last part of the book and was glad I hung in there and finished it.
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