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Summary

Governments around the world cling to power, subjecting their citizens to more and more abuses.
The people are no longer satisfied by patriotism or duped by propaganda.
They demand freedom - by any means necessary.

Derek struggles to survive the most brutal military prison in the United States. He is interrogated and tortured by the CIA. Will he reveal the location of 1776 and his family?

Summer is left to care for her two small children and to repay the debt owed to 1776. She and her father participate in acts of domestic terror as enemies of the state and obligatory members of 1776. Will they repay their debt and rescue Derek from a maximum-security prison before it’s too late?

After narrowly escaping arrest by the FBI, Jacob Roth leaves his wife and returns home to Switzerland, with his son and his AI girlfriend in tow. Jacob struggles to satisfy his overbearing father and boss. His only joy comes from his relationship with his AI girlfriend, but his parents are adamantly opposed to the unnatural relationship. Jacob’s demanding job and new love leave little time for his troubled son. The lack of supervision leads to devastating consequences. Will Jacob finally find happiness and meaning, or will he succumb to resentment?

President Naomi Sutton and the Democratic Socialists control the House, the Senate, and the Presidency. She uses that power to pass sweeping legislation, making good on her campaign promises. But the new reforms have unintended consequences, giving new life to her enemies. Will she survive long enough to see her promise of the socialist utopia?

The world is teetering on the brink, between freedom and totalitarianism. It’s now or never.

©2021 Phil M. Williams (P)2021 Phil M. Williams

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  • D. Pezzi
  • 05-05-22

WOW! What a great series!

Great series. Story very believable, Mr. Williams writing makes you care about the characters, and thier stories.
Well read by the team who recorded them.
I will definately be looking into more of his books and audibles!

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  • Squeaky
  • 12-04-22

Listened to all 5 books

the overall story is sooo good, it really distracts from the right leaning anti socialism political rhetoric

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  • Laura
  • 21-01-22

Justified Ends?

Book 5 wrapped up the series in an interesting and satisfying way. The whole book was a wild and twisty thrill ride, but some of the scenes depicted in this book were very visceral and hard to listen to, through the audiobook. I found the book to be thought-provoking as the author shined a light on matters that are of concern in the real world. Tristan Wright's and Sarah Grace Wright's dual narrations were engaging and held my attention until the end. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily left this review.