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Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite
Fire War series by T.T. Michael continues with Book II, Treason. After his oldest daughter Maya is safely recovered from a government detention centre, Anthony Jackson plays his role as a spy for the anti-government Apocolyte group as a payback for her return. His loyalties are becoming strained as both President Meyers and the rebel group grow stronger. Jackson needs to choose sides and make sure that his family stays safe. His life will never be the same, and his ideals can be shattered or overturned.
Michael’s Treason is as good as its predecessor – the characters are compelling and clearly drawn as ever and the continuation of the plot from the first book is solid. Michael, yet again, proves his ability to tell an immersive story within the framework of credible and daunting major events that are happening now or cemented in possibilities of our world in the future.
Simply put, Treason is an absolute thriller and a page turner. Michael further explores a number of very contemporary concerns here: the political ruse, the real enemy of the people, national security and, on a deeply personal level, just how far the protagonist – who unfortunately knows too much – is willing to go to ensure his family’s safety and stay loyal to his country. Is Anthony Jackson a loving, protective husband and father first or a devoted Marine? No one is quite what they seem and readers who have read the first book, Fire War, are about to be as hooked in as I was.