- By T.T. Michael

Fire War II: Treason

  • Title: Fire War II: Treason
  • Author: T.T. Michael
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Fire War II Treason Anthony Jackson military veteran member of the Presidential security team father husband patriot and spy His daughter safely recovered from a government detention centre Jackson s role as a spy

    Anthony Jackson, military veteran, member of the Presidential security team, father, husband, patriot and spy His daughter safely recovered from a government detention centre, Jackson s role as a spy for the anti government Apocolyte group is firmly cemented All he needs to do is keep his head down, do his job, and get intel back to his rebel handler But as Jackson s suAnthony Jackson, military veteran, member of the Presidential security team, father, husband, patriot and spy His daughter safely recovered from a government detention centre, Jackson s role as a spy for the anti government Apocolyte group is firmly cemented All he needs to do is keep his head down, do his job, and get intel back to his rebel handler But as Jackson s suspicions about President Meyers are proven true, and the tasks he s asked to handle become and immoral, his loyalties are becoming strained Where is the line between truth and lie Between loyal citizen and blind follower Between right and wrong And who gets to draw that line The Apocolytes are growing stronger, but Meyers is too, and only one of them can be the bad guy But which Jackson needs to choose sides, and he needs to do it fast But in the end only the biggest tragedy of them all can force his hand His life will never be the same, his family will never survive, and his ideals can be shattered or overturned Assassinations are all part of the job, he s always dealt in lies and secrets But now there s something much personal on the line vengeance Saving the world from terrorists is no big deal, knowing who the terrorists are is the real trick.

    1 thought on “Fire War II: Treason

    1. Reading progress update: I've read 100%. This one was better but a quicker read. I really felt bad for Mr. Jackson and what he went through in this book. The President was even worse in this book then the first one. A lot of things happened in this book for the length of this one compared to the first one.I really enjoyed the two children of Mr. Jackson, and what happened at the end of the last book, to one of them was just sad. But also what made Mr. Jackson finally open up his eyes on exactly [...]

    2. See more reviews like this one at Brian's Book BlogFire War II picks up where Fire War left off. So there will be some spoilers in this review.Anthony Jackson's daughter has been taken, and he is now tasked with being the go-to guy on the Presidential security team. He quickly finds himself in a position to help both the Apocolytes or the President. He must choose who he wants to help and how much he is willing to risk to help them.The narration for Fire War II: Treason was done by Patrick Freem [...]

    3. The 2nd book in the series is a lot faster paced than the first book. It shows us just how deceitful President Meyers is and what his plans are for the UCSA. When Jackson agrees to spy for the Apocolytes against Meyers he discovers how completely misled he and the rest of the country have been. When a major terror strike happens that personally affects him he resolves once and for all to take Meyers down.

    4. Genre: political dystopiaRating: 4I listened to this book.As I said for the first in the trilogy, it's the perfect time to be listening to this book because of the upcoming election. Great read. I'm bummed that the third is not an available through Audible.Patrick Freeman does a great job narrating.

    5. Anthony Jackson works on President Meyer’s security team. But the increasingly shady jobs that he does has him questioning his president. He also finds himself spying for the Apocolyte group, an anti-government group that is working on taking President Meyer out. He just does his normal job and relays information to the Apocolyte group. Jackson sees both sides to this battle and can tell that things are going to get worse. But which side does he help and how does he keep those he cares for saf [...]

    6. Jackson oldest daughter Maya has been taken by the government for rehabilitation for having propaganda in her procession. Jackson wants to get his daughter back so he turns to the only people he knows that can help him and that is the Apocolyte a rebel group that is trying to over throw the government and bring out the truth in order to take back their country and save the people. The Apocolyte have agreed to help Jackson but in turn he must do a favor for them. It is like you scratch my back an [...]

    7. I definitely enjoyed this more than the first book. Fire War 2 has a lot more action and moves so quickly that I read most of it in one sitting and already started book 3. Great read for fans of political dystopian fiction.

    8. Rescuing the world from terrorists seems trying, but the real issue at stake is finding out who the radicals are. Jackson’s life as well as his family’s is at risk, and he has to get moving on figuring what he needs to do. It’s a necessity he select a side to be on and there’s no time to waste. There’s a hazy division between the reality and deception. As a infiltrator for anti-administration, Jackson―soldier veteran, associate―needs to retain his focus on his profession, and then [...]

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