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STANDING THE FINAL WATCH – The Last Brigade Book 1

STANDING THE FINAL WATCH – The Last Brigade Book 1

America might be dead, but Nick Angriff will kick your ass to resurrect her.

Lt. General Nick Angriff has spent his adult life protecting family and country from a world of terrorism spinning out of control. On the battlefield, off the grid, in clandestine special task forces and outright black ops, Angriff never wavers from duty. But when a terror attack on Lake Tahoe kills his family, he’s left with only the corrosive acid of revenge… that is, until a hated superior officer reveals the deepest of all secret operations. Against the day of national collapse, a heavily-armed military unit rests in cryogenic storage, to be awakened when needed, and Angriff is named its commander.

Fifty years later he wakes to find the USA destroyed and predatory warlords roaming the ruins. Stalked by assassins bent on seizing his command for their own purposes, Angriff has to prepare for war while avoiding murder.

Because the only wall still shielding survivors from slavery and death are the men and women of The Last Brigade.

About the Book
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Publisher: Dingbat
Publication Year: 2016
List Price: $14.99
eBook Price: $4.99
Audiobook Price: $13.97
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5 Stars "I'll say right here that Standing the Final Watch is excellent... The book has been finely edited; the story is cohesive and keeps moving; and the dialogue is spot on. If you're any fan of...Clancy or Greaney, even James Rollins or Clive Cussler, you're going to enjoy this book. There's just enough sci-fi to create an intelligent "What if?" scenario, and there are twists and turns enough that it's impossible to get bored. I couldn't put the book down, and honestly, I didn't really want to. Standing the Final Watch gets a strong 4 out of 4 Stars from me. This story is just well-told and enjoyable." Eric Morris, goodreads.com 5 Stars "I found this to be a great book with a commontheme of many apocalypse type stories but with some great new twists and a great main character. General Angriff seems a bit like I imagineGeneral Patton was and certainly 'apes' him with his Desert Eagle andattitude but I enjoyed his character. Certainly the twists with thesuspended animation of all those soldiers is great but the sub-plots and twists keep the tension high." Ian Brown, Amazon Review 5 Stars "You will not want to put this book down. From its opening chapter to the very end, you will be drawn from one chapter to the next. Bill Webb is clearly an avid reader, historian and talented writer...Webb shows his deep respect for our military and his concern for our nation." Bart Bechtel, Amazon Review 5 Stars "The author has done a great job with this story. Characters are believable and are being well developed. Minimal editing issues. I'm really looking forward to part 2. The author needs a big attaboy for this story." Harry L. Skinner, goodreads.com What I like the best about this book was the portrayal of the characters. I felt like I was in the novel and experiencing whatever the characters were experiencing. The author spent a good part of the book building up the relationships between the characters. All the characters, from the good guys to the bad guys, were crafted into believable and well-developed characters. Nick Angriff came off as ar ough, but likable character. His best friend, Norm Fleming, helped tobuild up Nick's character by helping him with any problem that he faced. Overall, I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. Because of the suspenseful action scenes and the portrayal of the characters, I truly enjoyed reading this book. I would recommend thisbook to readers who like to read post-apocalyptic thriller books. Onlinebookclub.org
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