In spite of Oneida's heroic stand against the Chinese steamroller, foreign armies are poised along the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, preparing for the final assault and America's inevitable defeat. For John, turning back the tide will mean going deep behind enemy lines and organizing the very insurgency he fought so hard against in Iraq. But more than that, it'll mean coming to terms with the brutality of war and the realization that sometimes the deepest scars are the ones that can't be seen.
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Yes, but it wouldnt be my first recommendation. I found this series after reading most other very popular EMP scenario stories.
I would compare this series to the Devil Dog series. While each series is vastly different, they both use an EMP scenario as the primary plot and each book in their respective series has between 5 and 6 hours narration time - whatever that equates to for printed versions. Each book also contains a former military character as its primary character.
There were some touching moments in the series... moments that were very you could envision nearly every Hollywood movie portrayal of victory when Allied troops would celebrate.
This series was fairly interesting. While it was written with the "EMP" scenario in mind, it took a different route of a story that was a bit refreshing. The primary character seems to be a military history nut that greatly helps in with the tactical strategic angles in the story. The ending of this book is written to give a plausible conclusion to this particular story, but it could also be continued. Each of the books in this series are about half as long as most other book in the EMP genre, but it still covers good ground. This series is not my favorite series, probably not one that I will re-listen to, but it was still work the time, not disappointed nor overjoyed with the series either.
- omar conger