In 2040, a shattered America squares off against the world! Once, America was the most powerful nation on Earth. Then disasters rocked her: a sovereign debt depression, bitter glacial cooling and the greatest military invasion in history out of Mexico - by the Chinese and Brazilian alliances. Now the U.S. reels like a drunken giant. The military fought savage battles in the Midwest last winter, driving the aggressors from Denver, but unable to kick them out of the country. Others have taken note of this, particularly as worldwide famine worsens, with global temperatures continuing to plummet. Like swirling vultures, the German Dominion decides to grab their share of U.S. soil to help feed their hungry peoples. They've shipped a deadly expeditionary force to Quebec and put a tactical genius in charge. He assures the Chancellor of victory as he plans traps within traps. But the genius hasn't counted on the American soldier: ragged, tired and angry as hell. The world is about to witness a battle to the bitter end as failure means mass starvation.
Invasion:New York is a disturbing techno thriller of war in 2040, in this, the fourth book of the series.
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This book ranks in my top five - it is believable, the characters are relatable, has suspense is bucketloads. The technology described in this book....I would not be surprised if this is in the works in the next 20 years, scary.
The voice acting is superb. Accents are spot on - German, English, American. The main German accent was concise, halting, and really fit the personality to the tee.
This book made me giddy with dread then excitement. The suspense and twists....It's like a sci-fi Game of Thrones. Awesome.
Error right at the beginning!
The high-technology used throughout.
All had equal merit.
No, too long.
Everything was wonderfully written and seemed quite plausible, HOWEVER, being Canadian, Halifax is in NOVA SCOTIA!
That was a really bad mistake to make on the first page!
- Chris Van Deelen