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This novelette reveals the initial days of martial law before it became known as the Flip. Live through the lives of the people that were a part of life-shattering changes and learn how difficult life can become when the laws of morality and ethics find no place in the human condition.

Stephen Gill was an Army National Guardsman when the Flip went down. His trials mirrored the lives of every patriot that lived under the yoke of unconstitutional fiat. His presence was sought after when Tori made it to Gorham, but his story was never told, nor the reason for his absence. Until now….

©2016 Leslie D. Hogan (P)2016 Leslie D. Hogan

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  • 06-16-18

Exciting glimpse into the larger story of Tyrant

The novella is a small glimpse into L. Douglas Hogan' s Tyrant. It certainly has me interested in reading more. I'm interested to find out if the stories of other characters are continued. I will say the narration editing was lacking but that shouldn't reflect poorly on the author.

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great shor read I can't wait to listen to the next

I could not stop listening once I started. It gives a scary but realistic portrayal of a doomed America and how one man is torn between duty and what is right all while trying to get home to his wife and child