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This book is a continuation of the World War III series, an Amazon top-selling series. See what happens to America when the country refuses to surrender their forces in the Middle East and capitulate to the Caliphate’s demands. 

In this second installment of James Rosone and Miranda Watson’s World War III series, we discover the fate of New York City as the Islamic Republic steers a freighter into New York Harbor. 

Join the authors as they walk us through the final battles in Israel that will transform the Middle East for generations. 

Will the advent of fighter drones, light drone tanks, and new main battle tanks be enough to allow America to rise from the ashes? Or will advances in additive manufacturing and the unholy axis powers of Russia, China, and the Islamic Republic be enough to conquer the world? 

Will the uniting of the Islamic world under one banner be enough to defeat Israel and the West, or will they succumb to their own religious theocracy and extremist interpretation of Islam? 

Will China look to technology to increase their food production or decide to incorporate the rest of Asia into a Greater Chinese nation? 

With Russia having successfully taken back their former Soviet Republics, will they finally destroy NATO and incorporate the European Union into the ever expanding Russian Federation? 

This gripping political and military thriller looks at the potential future of 2041, the coming clash of civilizations, the rise of new superpowers, and the decline of the West.

©2016 Joshua Steinhauer (P)2018 Joshua Steinhauer

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  • Fusongs
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  • 04-17-18

Where is the sequel I hate when audible do this. Incomplete!!

Great book Where is the sequel? I enjoyed the series so far I've never heard of the authors.




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Unlike book 1. I could not put this book down,

Loved the reality of this book, loved the plausibility of the future weapons and strategy, loved the ending cliff hanger as it was both expected and also unexpected because it takes an alternate path from normal storylines. Thumbs ups good read for a long weekend.

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hard to put down

This is a very well written book, it is thought-out pretty well. Being retired army gives me a little bit more insight even though these battles take place in the future with futuristic weapons. the book even thinks out bad decision-making. trying to find the complete series is the hard part

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  • Anonymous User
  • 04-19-18

Built on the realistic intensity of the first book

Kicks off where the first book left you in heightened suspense...

Does well to keep the intensity up.

Accurately details of the use of WMD's and attritional warfare.

Narration was good.

Took far too long to appear on Audible, but the guys are trying to sort this...

Can't wait for the next one!

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  • Simon
  • 06-18-18

Fantastic strategic view of future war.

Great read, but need to read the previous in the series. Rather than the usual, mostly, first person military thrillers this tell the story mostly from a strategic viewpoint.

Absolutely gripping throughout.