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The unprecedented election of Niles Larsson to the office of the president of the United States brings hope of change not only to the office of the president but also to the country and the world - the hope of the implementation of the cornerstone of his campaign - the Open Spaces Treaty.

However, soon after he takes office, it becomes clear that Niles intends to implement OST with or without the approval of Congress. As the battle between the president and Congress escalates, Niles shows that he is willing to use the power of the presidency to defeat those who stand in his way. With each unprecedented use of power, the country spirals closer and closer to the unthinkable - a Second Civil War.

©2015 Donald W. Parker, Jr. (P)2018 Donald W. Parker, Jr.

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This book is about how the White House occupants works in favor of their wants and dreams and not in favor for citizens who voted for them. I hope this will remain a fiction. Narrated by Roberto Scarlato, this is a very interesting book.

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A fictitious president who will do anything to get his way. It was a bit slow in the beginning but soon it held my attention and had me shaking my head and the things that happened and hoping that something like this cannot happen in real life. Hugo Archer is a new author for me but one I will look forward to another one of his novels, the narrator Roberto Scarlato did a great job portraying each character and drew you to them.

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  • Sidney
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Would you consider the audio edition of Liberty Fallen to be better than the print version?

I did not read the print version.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Liberty Fallen?

When the General sent to confront the Congress realized that he had been lied to.

Which character – as performed by Roberto Scarlato – was your favorite?

I preferred the senior senator

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It illustrated the dangers if politics are not constrained

Any additional comments?

This book was provided free of charge in expectation of a review.

The book was very good. The story line flowed well. It illustrates the dangers of allowing any one group too much power. It also showed that many will do almost anything for their own personal power.

The narrator was very good. He was understandable and was able to bring off the different voices of multiple characters well.

This book left me wanting to continue with the next book in the series.

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  • Pam C
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  • 04-10-18

Couldn't put it down!

Liberty Fallen is a work of fiction, to be sure, but...could it happen? Could everything turn upside down because people are so easily duped? Unfortunately, I would say, yes. Liberty Fallen tells the story of how America is so short sighted as to allow a president to circumvent the Senate, Congress and, even worse, the Constitution to satisfy his own needs.
This is a good read and will make one think, for sure.
I actually listened to the audio version of this book (didn't take me long to finish because it is THAT good!) Roberto Scarlato is a talented narrator. His narration keeps the attention and his character voices are good, both male and female. I felt the anger via his voice as well as the other emotions. I enjoy his work overall.