The third book in author Matthew Bracken’s “Enemies Foreign and Domestic Trilogy” became available for free downloading this morning on Amazon.com. The Kindle version of “Foreign Enemies and Traitors” will be offered at no charge through October 31.
“My main goal with this is to get the ‘Enemies Trilogy’ downloaded by folks who have never heard of them,” Bracken had earlier advised friends and readers on his Facebook page announcing the special promotion.
Free downloads of Bracken’s first book in the series, “Enemies Foreign and Domestic,” were offered from October 14 through 17. The second book, “Domestic Enemies: The Reconquista,” was available from October 21 through 24.
This is Bracken’s third installment in a series he calls “bleeding-edge dystopian thrillers.” Per the synopsis:
“Foreign Enemies And Traitors” is set in the near future in an America that is creeping steadily toward socialist tyranny, in the midst of the second Great Depression. A year after earthquakes have devastated the Tennessee Valley, survivors are resisting demands by the federal government to relocate to FEMA refugee centers. United States National Guard units have proven ineffective at forcing these survivors out of the earthquake-damaged regions, due to their reluctance to employ deadly force against fellow Americans. As a result, the president has invited so-called foreign peacekeeping battalions to do the work of forcibly relocating the holdouts. The novel follows a small group of determined survivors in their resistance to the foreign enemies, and the American traitors who are their allies.
“This is the best of the bunch, and that’s saying a lot,” this correspondent wrote in an enthusiastic review of the book for Guns Magazine (scroll down to the June 2010 issue). “As always, Bracken writes a page-turner involving main characters you care about deeply or hate to their evil cores … And when it comes to technical details, explanations of weapons systems, military protocols, intelligence capabilities–nobody does it better.”
Readers can get their free Kindle download of “Foreign Enemies and Traitors” by clicking here. For those who don’t have a Kindle, Amazon provides free reading apps for PC, Mac and devices.
Those who take advantage of this offer are reminded that even though the book is free, it’s important for those receiving a gift to acknowledge it. The best way to express gratitude in this case (aside from purchasing one or more of Bracken’s books), is to share this offer with others, and to help him attain his goal for doing this in the first place: To get his work in front of people who would otherwise never hear of it.
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