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What does the US government do when they run out of money? They seize the assets of hardworking Americans and count on the fact that most citizens will never stand up for their rights. However, Joshua Anderson, a logger by trade and small business owner, is not the typical American citizen. When the government threatens his family and attempts to steal his assets, Joshua is forced into hiding.

The government thought that Joshua would be an easy mark. They thought that they could easily find him, arrest him, and bury him, so no one would ever know what they are doing. They thought that no one would ever support a "criminal". They thought wrong.

The only way to stop tyranny is to rise and stand against the corruption. In what will forever be known as the Bonner Incident, Joshua battles for the rights of every American. With overwhelming odds leveled against him, Joshua couldn't possibly hope to win a war with the US government, or could he? After all, what can one man possibly do when he's opposed by a force of thousands?

©2016 Thomas A. Watson, Michael L. Rider (P)2017 Thomas A. Watson

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A Great Adventure

I've waited a long time for this book to come out on Audibles, so when it finally did, I stopped another book and began this one immediately. I loved this book and highly recommend this series to anyone who wants an edge of your seat type adventure! I think I'll go through both books again starting today!

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Section 19

Mr. Watson, thank you for finishing this story. Some of your best work. Thank Mr. Rider for being the inspiration for Toms best. work. enjoy section 19.

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Amazing Story

I don’t normally write a review, but I truly enjoyed this story.
It touched on just how far our country has drifted from the founding fathers hopes for America.
The only thing that really worries me is that I have no doubt that there are people working in our government that would see nothing wrong with what the government was portrayed doing in this book and would see Joshua as a criminal.
Please pray for our county, and let’s hope that God decides to restore her back to what our founding fathers wanted for her.
Thank you for one great story.

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Joshua's War

I really loved listening to this book, thanks to the writing of Thomas Watson and Michael L Rider and the narrative by Eric A. Sherman. This two book series kept me on pins and needles worrying about Joshua and his family. When the government throws all it has at you trying to kill you just to get your property, well that has to be scary as hell. I would have loved meeting Mr. Mike and having a sit down with him and just listen to his tales. I bet he had more to tell! Y'all need to read this story, if I haven't said it yet, it is amazing.

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great book

great finish to a great story loved every bit of it an can't wait too read more book

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Loved it!!!!!!

Couldn’t put it down, after I finished the first book had to start the sequel that same day. It kept me at end the of the seat the whole book.
I just wish it had a 3rd book in this series. I loved the characters, made me feel like I knew each one personally.

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Great finish to the set

If you could sum up The Bonner Incident: Joshua's War in three words, what would they be?

Freedom isn't free

What about Eric A. Shelman’s performance did you like?

He brings the characters to life

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, this is one series that hooks you and keeps you hooked until the end

Any additional comments?

Thomas Watson has a way of writing that sucks you right in and makes you feel like you are there.