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Cyber-attacks. EMPs. Invasion. War. When the end comes, few will have the ability to survive.

Jack Bunker vowed to never step foot on another battlefield. But the former combat engineer's new peaceful life in the Colorado mountains is shattered after an attack takes out America’s power grid. When suspicious activity plagues the nearby high-security military facility, Jack fears he’ll soon have another war on his hands.

As the five-part series unfolds, Bunker suspects a foreign invasion is imminent, leaving him no other choice but to somehow transform the mild-mannered townsfolk into military-grade guerrilla warriors. He knows if their small town surrenders, America won’t be far behind.

But his plan won’t be easy, not when his makeshift troops begin to pry into his painful past. Sharing the truth with them could cost him their trust, but he’ll never earn their command by keeping what haunts him a secret.

The Bunker series is a non-stop, high-octane post-apocalyptic thriller. If you like pulse-pounding action, resourceful warriors, and political intrigue, then you’ll love Jay J. Falconer’s explosive tale of true American grit.

Listen to all five audiobooks now to join the fight for freedom!

Rated R for violence and language.

This is audiobook one of five in the Mission Critical series. A five-part serial.

©2017 Jay J. Falconer (P)2017 Jay J. Falconer

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disappointing,

cover was hype, nothing like it happens in book one. story leaves you hanging, this was a sales book for series, wish I hadn't wasted my time and money listening to the audio version

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I enjoyed this book

It was a little bit of a ruff read in the beginning, I'm happy I didn't put it down. The characters started to form an so did the story. Excited to read second book.

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Boring and Awful!

This book is supposed to be about a possible EMP attack. What it really is about is Bunker and a mother and son duo trekking towards Denver and rescuing kids from a school bus. Some creepy overweight guy, now a temporary deputy, who was bullied in high school and now planning his revenge as he now has "power". There are some other offshoot sub plots too. Honestly, there was just too much jumping around from group to group. Not at all what I expected after reading the book synopsis. Don't waste your $ or credits.

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disappointed I was ready for the rest of story

disappointed was ready for the rest of the story not inspired with this story thanks

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  • RJ
  • Cottage Grove, MN, United States
  • 05-08-17

Short start to a potentially good series.

Our protagonist, Jack Bunker is a man with a secretive past. As he rides a train through the Rocky Mountains the country is struck by an EMP. As everything grinds to a halt Bunker’s intentions are to head towards the nearest town. A young mother and her son, who have been sitting by Bunker, attach themselves to Bunker to go with him. As they travel on foot towards the town of Clearwater they come across a bus load of children in a dire situation. As Bunker and the rescued children enter Clearwater his only thought is to get back on the road and out of town as quickly as possible. His past follows him everywhere he goes and he has no intentions of having it catch up to him here and now. But the grateful townsfolk won’t let him leave. Short start to a potentially good series; three.point.five for the effort.

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