The Government: Underground (Book Two)
The futuristic tale of American fate continues. A newly formed underground emerges from hiding, battling a sinister government on the edge of global domination. However, the ragtag, rebel force refuses to fight by rules of an old system. Instead, they leave the battlefield behind, enacting their revenge from the shadows.
Joe Striker ventures into the heart of enemy forces, infiltrating the army to rescue his son. Though first, he must find a way to stay undiscovered and alive, while under the cruel rule of a vicious system.
In order to achieve victory, both fates must merge, and face a harsh reality. They must defeat an enemy, capable of delivering them an unimaginable fate.
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Joseph Storm resides in the great state of Florida, frequently traveling the American countryside from its cities to its back roads. Part of his inspiration to write comes from his love of country, absorbing its beauty and its flaws, learning from its strengths and its weaknesses.
His other inspiration is history, finding rich lessons of life upon its every rise and fall. He finds wisdom in tracing the roadmap of the future, by looking into moments of the past.
It’s the combination of those two passions which fuel his novels. He strives to entertain and inform, though his main goal is to tell a good story, removing the reader from their zones of comfort. What if the impossible happens? What if everything we always took for granted, crumbled apart? Would we fight for our lives when it is much easier to die? Questions like that allow us to experience such drama, safe from the comforts of a text-filled page, and not from the horrors of living them. It allows us to learn from those stories in a book, rather than join the many who have faced them in real life.
His ultimate goal is to preserve imagination and creativity in writing, as it is under attack in today’s world. There is such a desire for every book to be bland and painfully realistic, we are losing touch with our ability to use our minds. Therefore, in every work he produces, Storm aims to fight the critical pressure to conform, and keep imagining.
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