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How deep does loyalty run between father and son when they shake out on opposite sides of apocalyptic, civil war?

As winter blocks the mountain passes during the Black Autumn apocalypse, the conquering forces of the Mexican drug cartel occupy and enslave the population of Flagstaff, Arizona. Ex-mercenary and Green Beret Bill McCallister plays the shrewd kingmaker while his adopted son, Noah Miller, fights and bleeds for the American partisans, opposite his own father. The ties between father and son strain to the breaking point as ever more powerful weapons find their way onto the desert battlefields of armageddon: Abrams tanks, A-10 Warthog jets, and finally, a tactical nuclear warhead.

When convictions collide, can the love of a father and a son withstand the maelstrom of war?

America Invaded continues the saga of Black Autumn Conquistadors.

©2021 ReadyMan Publishing, LLC (P)2021 ReadyMan Publishing, LLC

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awesome read/listen must for the series.

This keeps you riveted to your seat. coveting each storyline. Perfect break points for each storyline., plot twists. The whole thing keeps you wanting to know what happened next. Awesome voice for the series, beautiful character buildup. overall 5 stars.

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Another magnificent read by these authors.

Jason Ross and Jeff Kirkham wrote another thrilling book. America invaded will keep you on the edge of your seat just like the rest of their books. These author have a tremendous grasp for the what an apocalypse will look like. Jeff Kirkham has first hand experience about what an apocalypse will look like after being deployed to multiple hot spots around the world.

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And the story continues..

Another great story in this series! So many twists & unexpected turns. Hope there will be more.

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Constant Treachery Prevents Any Plot Development

Bill as a character annoyed me constantly throughout the book. He played both sides against each other to the point of very little of importance happening in the end. The story may as well have never occurred with the same net effect. I find that annoying, and don't particularly look forward to this same cast of characters in the next installment (with some even being resurrected, undoing plot progress from the previous book). Some of them need to be eliminated to make progress in the plot.

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Intricate winding plot lines and circular, 3D characters

These authors are superb with creating intricate winding subplot lines, within each book, and within the series. Don’t get me wrong; there is always a main plot. However, characters, motives, and subplots are intertwined and make it hard to understand how in the world they came up with them. It is mind blowing to me, as well as truly amazing.

You won’t be able to avoid emotional attachments to the characters! I have loved at least one character in each book, and while being introduced to a few more characters, characters from previous books have made a comeback.

I feel that the interpretation of the book of Revelation is plausible, but not really biblical. I am not an expert, but I have studied the prophecies for hundreds of hours. The pale horse is not the last seal judgement; it is the fourth seal judgement. However, it is the last of the horsemen. While I realize the fall of the US doesn’t necessarily jive with the fall of the world (the Tribulation), there is no scripture that gives us any info about where the US is during that time. This is also the time that the antiChrist comes on the scene, which is ignored in the book. I kind of feel that if prophecy was going to be used, it should all be used, but I realize this is a work of fiction. Please remember that, and maybe do your own studying of the Bible to figure out your own ideas of what’s to come. Anyway, sorry for the diversion but I felt I needed to speak to this. Overall, it is a fabulous book and I can’t wait for the next one!