Shattered: Spark

Shattered Spark

Did you enjoy the show Revolution? Did you think they should have delved deeper and kept going? Do you enjoy futuristic tales of possible futures? What about political dramas?

Volume 4, Spark, is finally here! It’s the newest installation in the Shattered series. Everything until now has been building up for a violent climax in this political thriller. Will the patriots of the Locke Republic, the Southern Federation, and the Republic of Texas be able to stand against the wiles of the American Union and the Washington Empire?

Samuel Turnover is once again called to his country’s aide after a bomb is set off in Liberty City. The President of the Locke Republic has been kidnapped. He is sent to Savannah, Georgia—the Capital of the Southern Federation—as an Ambassador to the fiery President Emily Morgan.

Meanwhile, the American Union invades the northern borders of Texas, only to be met by a readied force of resistance.

But will these three Southern nations be able to withstand the powerful enemy? What do the vile “President” Derick Banks and his cohort, President Ted Valington, have up their sleeves as they ignite the spark that erupts in all-out war across the New North America?

Join the heroes of the previous books as they finally come together in a fight for freedom!


Shattered: Anarchy

Shattered Anarchy

Can an empire once fallen rise again? This is the question on everyone’s mind, including the survived President and one of the last Senators of the United States government. Two men with the same dream: the restoration of the great United States.

But with anarchy still ruling most of the continent’s cities and now a growing number of rebels who wish to form their own nations, can this dream become reality? Will these two be able to conquer their rebellious enemies?

This is the third installment to the post-apocalyptic tale of a future North American geography. The Shattered series takes on a new approach in this book, bringing into light the views of the old clinging to what used to be–not willing to accept that which is new.

A political/military/post-apocalyptic drive through to the new era. Do you like such stories as Alas, Babylon by Pat Frank, Children of the Dust by Louise Lawrence, Junk Day by Arthur Sellings to name a few then you may enjoy this series.