Alea Jacta Est: A Novel of the Future History of America

· Marcus Richardson
34 reviews

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A house divided cannot stand...

Erik Larsson's world changes forever the day the lights go out. As hours turn into days and word spreads that terrorist attacks have thrown the whole nation in the dark, Erik and his neighbors soon discover just how quickly the thin veneer of civilization can crumble: the crisis has given birth to open rebellion.

To survive, Erik must rally his community in the face of growing lawlessness. But when invasion is thrown into the mix, even the bravest of them will ask, is this the end of the United States?

Alea Jacta Est is over 650 pages of gritty, post-apocalyptic action set in America's near future.

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34 reviews
September 23, 2019
I really enjoyed this book. So much so that I stayed up way past my bedtime just to read one more chapter. If I get fired from my job because I am too tired to do my work, I'm blaming the author. Seriously! 😁 While it's not perfect, this book was outstanding.
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Petro Heller
April 16, 2023
This book is impossible to put down! A nailbiting pageturner! I thoroughly enjoyed it, and can't wait to read the next book.
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October 10, 2021
if it makes you feel sad to see America on its knees, you know the book conveyed the dire situation well. for a non fiction it is realistic to a sense that it hurts to see the plot unfold as the America you and I know.....falls.
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