Martial Law is a prophetic and prescient novel by best-selling author Bobby Akart (Cyber Warfare, Seeds of Liberty and Evil, Meet Opportunity), which includes a foreword from Steven Konkoly (best-selling author of The Perseid Collapse series and the Black Flagged series). The Boston Brahmin series continues as much of America is thrust into bedlam and upheaval following a vicious cyber-attack on the country's critical infrastructure.
A president, with an election looming as his second term nears an end, conspires with the wealthy and politically powerful Boston Brahmin to bring the country to its knees. While ordinary Americans struggle for survival, others demand answers. A centuries old cadre of Bostonians with roots dating back to the Founding Fathers, are forced to face the tough questions including:
Is this the result of a false flag, or is it for the greater good?
Political suspense collides with post-apocalyptic thriller fiction as Martial Law, book three in The Boston Brahmin series reveals that all empires collapse eventually and that there have been no exceptions.
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Getting old fast....
Listen I really like the concept of this series. I agree with a lot of the writers views on the current state of politics. The problem is the books tries to be a thriller and a textbook at the same time. It just doesn't work. The story develops so slowly because not only is everything overly explained, but it is explained EVERY TIME ITS BROUGHT UP. There is so much repetitiveness.
There's nothing really thrilling, the plot is secondary. The whole series could be one book EASILY. Stick to the STORY.
Frustration, beaten to death with the same point over and over.
Sadly this could have been a great series, but because of all the "education" going on, there's nothing suspenseful. The characters are great and the story could be something special if the majority of the book was spent on the story rather than details like military training, prepping (over and over and over the same points), and blatent political commentary. I got to a point where I felt like the author thinks his reader is a moron, because he explains EVERYTHING in way too much detail. I gave this series too much time, I really thought eventually it would stick to the plot and have a cohesive story, but that doesn't happen.