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After a violent period of chaos and upheaval, America has fallen and the rest of the world has followed. The First Federation of Freedom has seized power worldwide. Were The Last War, The Dark Time and The Transformation merely random events in a world spiraling out of control? Or were they part of a more sinister plot orchestrated to lead to world conquest? Kade DuCheyne is an American. He always will be an American. The [...]
 
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