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Reviewed by Samantha Dewitt (Rivera) for Readers' Favorite
The United States as we all know it is no more, but is it truly gone, or simply being buried under Sharia Law and communist ideals? The president isn’t sure anymore and Don is simply trying to stay alive in captivity. But what if the things he’s being told aren’t actually true? Is the country capable of climbing back to its feet again? Or is it really over for the land of the free? With such coordinated attacks from three rival countries at the same time, it’s impossible to know if the world will ever be the same again, but there’s nothing to do but fight and try in The Cost of Liberty by Michael Skeen.
This is a book full of action and it’s something that you could realistically see happening as well. The powers around the world could all too easily come together and coordinate attacks that could cripple forces around the world. This book is full of intriguing characters that you want to learn more about, but the battles, the war, and the tragedy are really what catch your attention. It’s difficult to know what’s going to happen next and this book isn’t the end of everything. If you want an action and adventure book with plenty of realistic war scenes, then this is definitely the book for you. It’s going to pull you deep into the story and make sure that you aren’t walking away any time soon. The war of our lives is upon us in The Cost of Liberty by Michael Skeen.