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The Chinese have captured Seattle!
In 1949, the government of the Republic of China fled to the island of Taiwan. For nearly 70 years, mainland China wanted to take the island back and unite the nation under one flag, the Communist flag. Their desire was thwarted by US support for Taiwan, until the Chinese conceived and executed the perfect plan to keep the US out of the war for Taiwan, an invasion of Seattle!
Yesterday, China captured the cities of Seattle and Tacoma, Washington, in a Pearl Harbor-like surprise attack. The Chinese also captured six American nuclear warheads and are not afraid to use them on American soil, if necessary, to keep the United States out of the war in the Pacific.
Without US aid, the fall of Taiwan seems imminent, and now even Seattle seems lost to the Chinese. America's hopes are riding on a shot-down F-18 pilot, a retired Navy SEAL, and a platoon of Army Rangers. If that's all America has going for it, all hope seems lost!
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- Amazonian God
Loved it, loved it, loved it!!
An awesome conclusion to the duology, you should give it a listen!
2 people found this helpful
Although a bit short, very good story and narration
I enjoyed this book. It takes place in 2018, which is kind of fun to think about in 2021. The narrator was very good and helped keep my interest. I lost track of time while reading...always a good sign for me.
- John Gray
Where does Occupied Seattle rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Bottom 1/3rd. Alright, not bad enough to return, not good enough to wish for more.
What other book might you compare Occupied Seattle to, and why?
Vaughn Heppner invasion series
What didn’t you like about Craig L. Good’s performance?
Bit monotone, no attempt at an accent for the various characters.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Any additional comments?
If you have read the first one, second one will wrap the series up.
1 person found this helpful
Do not mess with the USA
They thought it would be easy but China who must have forgot what happened to Japan in 1941.
A small team of US solders soon make China regret ever coming to America.