M.I.A: MILITARY INDUSTRIAL APOCALYPSE

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Author House, Aug 17, 2012 - Fiction - 196 pages
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Military Industrial Apocalypse deals with a major conspiracy which sets off the worst terrorist attack in United States history. As the American economy spirals out of control, extremists and enemy states abroad have taken notice and join forces to bring down its sworn enemy while it is vulnerable. As the economy worsens, American leaders begin to panic and start looking for extreme measures to remedy the situation at home. With financial problems of their own and dissidence, two of America’s greatest enemies collude to land a decisive blow that will eliminate the American problem once and for all. With the discovery of the planned major terrorist attack, two high-ranking officials from Central Intelligence and National Intelligence try to persuade an unpopular President to play along with the plot and thus exploit a potential situation which might help sway popular opinion in favor of the President and put America back to work. When their idea enrages the President, they go after the next best alternative, military icons. Both play along, but not before the controlled attack goes very wrong and all are left scrambling looking for answers, except one of them who has plans of his and in effect secure his own personal interests. The attack persuades the American President to go after the perpetrators for an inevitable showdown with a powerful Middle Eastern country which will undoubtedly have apocalyptic consequences.
 

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Read this book and freaked out at how many loopholes our immigration system has! The author is also an interpreter so he should know perfectly what he is talking about, I hope he is wrong though! I like the fact that it was short and easy to understand. Book 2 will be an excellent read, no doubt.  

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
CHAPTER 2
11
CHAPTER 3
21
CHAPTER 4
39
CHAPTER 5
41
CHAPTER 6
51
CHAPTER 7
55
CHAPTER 8
59
CHAPTER 10
71
CHAPTER 11
91
CHAPTER 12
113
CHAPTER 13
117
CHAPTER 14
125
CHAPTER 15
127
CHAPTER 16
135
Epilogue
169

CHAPTER 9
67

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Mr. Alberto Trevin has been living in South Texas most of his life and has been an interpreter for 12 years. Mr. Trevin knows the immigration system extensively and has a passion for creating fictional and military conspiracy plots. He lives at home with his 2 young daughters Jacqueline and Sofia. This is his first book published.

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