Peacekeepers

The Falling Empires Series, Book 2
Narrated by: B.J. Harrison
Series: Falling Empires, Book 2
Length: 12 hrs and 46 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (44 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

It isn’t the only time a US presidential election has been disputed. But this time, it might lead to war.

For the first time in history, UN peacekeeping troops are amassing at the northern border. Marshall Tate has set up his new headquarters in Canada. The world watches. Tensions run high across the country. Will a second civil war tear the country apart? In the shadows, and out of the public eye, the puppet masters continue their schemes. 

Can anyone figure out their ultimate plan? Is the looming chaos their endgame? Or is it something more sinister?

You’ll love this riveting thriller because it will keep you listening well past your bedtime.

The Falling Empires Series is best listened to in order, as each book builds upon the previous work. 

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This book is timely.

loved the narrator the story and plot are again worth looking at in today's world.

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Good Story

My second review on this series. Still good. I would've liked to hear more from Seth Mitchell but maybe that's still to come.

The law enforcement role was played down too much. If the country was under attack I feel pretty confident that all critical targets--to include the NSA buildings assaulted by the Spetsnaz unit--would've been under better protection than depicted. Certainly, Police air assets and metro SWAT units would be augmenting any contract security at those buildings.

Also, I find it hard to believe that there would be any effort to have the civilian population go on with business as usual while it's leaders were being bombed or forced into their bunkers. During WWII, the entire country was galvanized, resources corralled and nearly everyone put to work.

That being stated, this is still a good yarn and I will definitely finish the series. Wish you could get another narrator though.

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Every bit a good as the Tom Clancy

These books are quite good. Every bit as good as the original Tom Clancy novles.

The hit the balance between tech and thriller with characters you actually give a shit about.

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Tom Clancy they are not

These stories are entertaining but not in any way realistic. First there is no way that the United States would allow Canada or Mexico to be used as staging areas for a military buildup. The US Navy is capable of blockading both countries without any serous opposition and would do so under this scenario before these forces could arrive. Second, no country would risk nuclear annihilation in such an attempt as outlined in these stories. Third , the authors seem to have a limited grasp of area denial weapons and artillery's and air powers ability to deliver these weapons and anti armor weapons, Fourth, It is a huge stretch to imagine any flag officer defecting with a national asset with a willing crew and betraying his country and the legitimate national command authority. In short this story has little more depth than a comic book. While these stories are amusing they are not profound. The politics described in these stories is sadly more accurate. The Democratic party seems to be moving dangerously in the direction depicted in these stories.

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James and Miranda hit another home run

I love their work. This book does not disappoint. It keeps your attention until the last page.

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  • Les S.
  • 05-08-20

Brilliant

Totally gripping superb narration I’ll end up divorced over this series
Can’t wait to start book 3
Many thanks

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  • GR
  • 01-30-20

Awesome

Couldn't stop listening, loved every minute of it.
Narrator does a great job. Bring on the next book in the series.