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"One of the best thriller writers on the planet...Daring, original, and unlike anything fans of this franchise have seen before, it’s hard to imagine anyone else delivering a better thriller than TOTAL POWER, the best series entry since CONSENT TO KILL (2005), and a serious contender for best book of the year." (The Real Book Spy)
"Kyle Mills has fashioned a pandemic-proof thriller. A tour de force." (Providence Journal)
About the Author
- ASIN : B0831RXXSY
- Publisher : Atria/Emily Bestler Books (September 15, 2020)
- Publication date : September 15, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 1993 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 380 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,001 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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The author loses one star for being 11 years late to the party. One Second After is a 2009 novel by American writer William R. Forstchen featuring an EMP strike taking down the entire grid. Author Franklin Horton in 2015 wrote the exact scenario with ISIS insurgents & their sleeper cells taking down the grid with manual & cyber attacks, including blowing up oil refineries in Texas & Louisiana. Author Bobby Akart has written more ways to take down the grid than anyone. But along with many hundreds of great writers, they were considered Conspiracy Nuts, writing under the genre called “Prepper Fiction”, at kindle prices of $2.99-3.99, not MSM NYT Deep State price of $14.99. For the record, as the author contends is a made-up trap to snare the culprit (83% thru the book),Texas DOES have its own grid, independent from you rest of the country. I wish I could add a half of a star, because the author(s) didn’t turn out to be lefties, like Follett & Graham. This really was a page-turning great read. I highly recommend this book. But I still prefer Akart’s research & Horton’s character development. There’s more than one way to take the grid down. Any Bobby Akart book will lead to ‘lights out’. This is still a great read, if you can afford it. Get ready now. The next three months will likely be extremely dangerous.
The book goes into just how messed up the human race can be when you have a few people who bent on destroying everything about the USA and won't stop until they achieve this goal. Living in a household with all law enforcement people, my family, I already know just how messed up the would can get. This book is a perfect example of how people should take notice of what's really going on in our backyards and start doing something proactive to prevent it. Dang fine book! Can't hardly wait for the next one. I.hope I don't have to wait a year.
Sincerely, Sally Breslauer.
This story ended to abruptly and didn’t really tie up some loose ends. The epilogue should have been the last chapter and there should’ve been a longer epilogue telling us where each of the characters ended up.
On the whole, I read it very quickly and did enjoy the majority of it but again it just wasn’t all there. I like Kyle Mills as a writer and feel he gets the overall feel of the character of Mitch Rapp and the overall feel of the flow of Vince’s stories. Unfortunately he still hasn’t tapped into the soul of them yet and that’s why it still feels off.
It’s a good effort... close... but no cigar.
Hope the next one he gets even closer... I miss Vince and the real Mitch Rapp!
Top reviews from other countries
The idea was interesting but it lacked the tight plotting and writing that was needed with a really unfocussed feel to it.
Add to that the political propaganda didn't help, I can usually ignore it and just enjoy the thriller aspects but this felt like being force fed it.
What’s best about it is that it changes the dynamic, from prevention to one of having to fight back, which is a pleasant change from always succeeding in the nick of time. Loved it.
(To the people saying it’s a rip off - the premise of most of these books in this genre are the same...)