• Power Games: Operation Enduring Unity I: The Second Civil War

  • By: R. A. Peters
  • Narrated by: Kevin Clay
  • Length: 10 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 05-05-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: R A Peters
  • 3.5 (15 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to the future of America. Land of chaos and home of the ambitious...
After years of unchecked extremism, violence has become the decisive force in American politics.
With a hung Electoral College vote, a constitutional standoff between Congress and the Supreme Court, and rabble-rousing state governors fueling the fire, the fever of civil war reaches a crescendo.
Inauguration day looms. No one is safe. Not the people. Not their president. Not even democracy.
From the rhetoric-stained halls of power to the reluctant warriors representing the last firing line of domestic policy, get ready to take an extreme tour of the next major chapter in US history.
Keep low, stay alert, and just maybe you'll survive a tour of duty in Operation Enduring Unity.
©2015 Richard Allen Peters (P)2015 Richard Allen Peters
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By Robert on 07-16-15

Good story overall. Great narration.

The story’s concept is interesting and the reasons that start the civil war are different than most of the books I have read or listened too that cover the subject. The speeds at which some events escalate don’t seem realistic for the facts the book has presented at that point. It is a good listen still haven’t decided if I am going to buy the next book yet.

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By pierce tomas on 06-01-15

A perfect blend of action and political intrigue

It was a great balance of political intrigue and military action of a possible American Civil War. Android action sequences and political back channels as the author has a pretty good grasp of what's going on in American politics these days.

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