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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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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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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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civil forfeiture at its worst

this is very real book and terrifying about what the government is doing to us you need to read Bonner incident book 1 to get the full of fact look to just talks about civil Revolution

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Couldn't put down

Loved this story, did not want it to end. Great characters, a definite 5 star in my book.

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  • 05-10-18

Excellent series

This is the second and last book in The Bonner Incident series. The premise is based on a scary, but possible, scenario involving the government holding too much power over the people. Joshua is now fighting a war, because he, his business and family have become targets. With one man standing up to tyranny, others decide to follow his lead in showing the government they will not allow the too powerful entity to continue in its path. This unique post-apocalyptic series is a must read!

Eric A. Shelman gives another excellent performance. His voice really breathes life into the characters and increases the drama and suspense.

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love this series and the narrator brings it fully to life. wonderful book and series

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Excellent from start to finish

Captures the heart of liberty loving Americans and demonstrates to the reader real law that protects the unalienable rights of the people.

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Exciting ride as the people fight back

Where does The Bonner Incident: Joshua's War rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This sequel, and the series as a whole, is now ranked among some of my personal favorites.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

The guerrilla war waged by Joshua, and then the people as a whole, was intense, original, spontaneous, and exciting. The story tells of one man with the will and the skill to stand his ground, on his home turf, against a bureaucracy hellbent on saving face and refusing to allow a precedent of liberty and law be set against them.

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I highly recommend this series to any fans of prepper/SHTF stories. This paints an inspiring picture of standing up for the rights paid for by others, against tyrants that never truly go away. Events like those in this book only occur by the people's consent, and the freedoms and rights we take for granted have consented to a far cry from where we started already. Not saying to do what Joshua did, but worth paying attention to avoid it ahead of time. (case in point with the gun ban bill put forth today)

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Very happy with this story on audiable

Would you consider the audio edition of The Bonner Incident: Joshua's War to be better than the print version?

I loved the book and the audio version was very nice. Having done both I do like the audio

What other book might you compare The Bonner Incident: Joshua's War to and why?

This was my first audio book I read and listen to both the first and second book

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

It was done very well enjoyed it a lot.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Many places moved me but one stands out is when they get William back Sonya would have kille to have her baby back and Nana with that big shotgun gunning for the feds holding William was just to much. You don't mess with family

Any additional comments?

This was a great story and I loved it and all of the good people in it.