Cyber-Warfare and the New World Order

World War III Series, Book 4
Narrated by: Francis G. Kearney
Series: World War III, Book 4
Length: 10 hrs
4.5 out of 5 stars (63 ratings)

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Is this the end of America?

The US has finally fought the Russians to a standstill in Europe and stopped the Chinese and Russians from breaking out of Alaska, but now they have a new threat to handle in California. Will the bloody street fight be too much for the American military to handle?

Just as it seems that the United States is going to collapse, DARPA unleashes a new torrent of technologically advanced weapons. Will the new ark angel fighters turn the tide of air superiority back to America, or is it too late?

Cyber-Warfare and the New World Order is the fourth and final book in this epic techno-military World War III series. If you like innovative technologies, scheming politics, and heart-pounding combat scenes, you’ll love Rosone and Watson’s conclusion to this story.

©2018 Front Line Publishing Inc (P)2019 Front Line Publishing

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Terrible narrator...

Buy this book to read NOT to listen to it. The narrator was just awful...
It was almost painful to get through so I did not feel I had wasted my money.
I will carefully review any books in the future to ensure Kearney is not listed as the reader.

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A decent listen.

I'll admit, it didn't end in the manner I'd like but I really enjoyed the book. The ww3 series is a good series but I prefer the red storm series.

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A fair conclusion

A good wrap up to the story, but would have loved to see an epilogue of sorts with the fates of the variois personalities

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Narrator.<br />

the overall story was good, but this was the third performer/narrator of this series and the worst by far.

most of the time it sounded like he was being forced to read the story at gunpoint.

if you are going to have a multi part book, do EVERYTHING you can to retain the original narrator. The first one was great, second one was decent. I had to force myself to make it to the end.

this also brings me to another point. I could not get this title from audible, I had to track it down through Amazon just do download it here. That is so Infuriating.

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Great but wrapped up to quickly

Feels like the book should of lasted 2 hrs longer everything at the end seemed very rushed. Glad to finally of finished the complete series.