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Following great success in the War on Terror, politicians and analysts alike all over the free world thought that future global conflict was impossible...but they were wrong

Journey into a future where fundamental Islam sharpens its horrific skills & allies with Red China. In such a future, can the U.S. & western civilization survive?

Dragon’s Fury - World War against America and the West projects a future arising out of current events where:

• Implacable enemies of America develop their own high-technology capabilities.
• America's unsecured southern border allows thousands of terrorists to infiltrate.

• The New Economy of off-shore manufacturing and outsourcing severely curtails domestic production while bolstering future enemies.

• Citizens' constitutional rights are eroded in an effort to ensure domestic security.

• Three generations of Americans never challenged for survival, must take up arms to fight for their very existence.

Come on this journey. Can America find the strength & faith to prevail in a worldwide conflagration? Read all three volumes and find out in Dragon’s Fury, by Jeff Head. If you've pondered such issues & enjoy an exciting thriller, you'll love Dragon’s Fury.


Dragon's Fury: World War against America and the West - Volume I
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4.3 / 5
Will make You Think
July 19th, 2014
A sometimes onerous writing style but a thought provoking story line. The rush over the last 15 years to bank the "peace dividend" could easily set the seeds for something like this to grow. Looking forward to the remainder of the series!
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Loved it...
May 14th, 2014
So glad i found this book. Can't wait to read more...
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Thought provoking
February 17th, 2014
The author has obviously done a lot of research on his subject and this is evident in the depth of his writing. I would hope he has already put a patent on the sea control carrier concept; a maritime architect would love the idea. In all a very deep subject that will make any reader wonder how far off something like this is from happening. On the subject of writing style, I am not so satisfied. People do not talk the way they write. This makes for frustration when trying to get to the nub of a protracted conversation and tends to make the reader (ok-me) want to skim over what may be a crucial phrase impacting later on. Overall, not bad and enough to get me to buy the other two books in the trilogy.
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