Written By: Walt Gragg

Narrated By: Peter Berkrot

Date: May 2017

Duration: 17 hours 33 minutes


"Delta-Two, I've got tanks through the wire! They're everywhere!"

World War III explodes in seconds when a resurgent Russian federation launches a deadly armored thrust into the heart of Germany. With a powerful blizzard providing cover, Russian tanks thunder down the autobahns while specially trained Spetsnaz teams strike at vulnerable command points.

Standing against them are the woefully undermanned American forces. What they lack in numbers they make up for in superior weapons and training. But before the sun rises they are on the run across a smoking battlefield crowded with corpses.

Any slim hope for victory rests with one unlikely hero. Army Staff Sergeant George O'Neill, a communications specialist, may be able to reestablish links that have been severed by hostile forces, but that will take time. While he works, it's up to hundreds of individual American soldiers to hold back the enemy flood.

There's one thing that's certain. The thin line between victory and defeat is also the red line between life and death.


  • Robert H.

    the author of the book warns you that they use a lot of license when telling this story I want hundred percent agree with the author they use more than just a little license they use a truckload of license pulling a trailer of license behind it this story is so much Bravo Sierra it's almost painful to listen to. Now if you never served in the military and want to listen to military fantasy this book might be entertaining but once you've lived it and you listen to this story you spend a lot of time saying oh my God has this author ever served in the military? the narrator of the story is being overly dramatic. I would I cannot recommend this title to anyone is horrible. the author has a lot of things off in this story I'm trying to guess the timeline by historical events that are mentioned in the story and things just don't add up there are some anachronisms in it. Bad terminology. And once you go to a heightened state of alert they use the term Defcon one but in a war on inside of US military installations the term would-be threat condition Delta. and under that threat condition I'm sorry I don't care if they are Russian Special Forces they're not just going to be walking around willy-nilly putting up satchel charges and waving machine pistols around it just doesn't work that way I highly doubt the Russians in 2017 through as far back as 2000 even have 1000 serviceable combat aircraft give me a break

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