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This is an alternate cover edition for B06XWWQRZR Is America on the brink? In “Cyber-Warfare and the New World Order,” Russian and Chinese soldiers still occupy Alaska, and now a joint Chinese/Japanese invasion force has carried out an attack on the West Coast. The wounds of the Japanese betrayal run deep, but there is no time to dwell on that. Every available resource must This is an alternate cover edition for B06XWWQRZR Is America on the brink? In “Cyber-Warfare and the New World Order,” Russian and Chinese soldiers still occupy Alaska, and now a joint Chinese/Japanese invasion force has carried out an attack on the West Coast. The wounds of the Japanese betrayal run deep, but there is no time to dwell on that. Every available resource must be poured into repelling the attack on U.S. soil. “Cyber-Warfare and the New World Order” is the fourth and final book in this predictive World War III military thriller series. If you like innovative technologies in battle and scheming politics, you’ll love Rosone and Watson’s conclusion to this story. In a world where everything from home thermostats to automobiles are connected to the internet, are people trading convenience for security? What would happen if the power grid for an entire state could be shut down remotely? Is cyber-warfare the new ultimate weapon? Grab your copy and find out how the world’s leaders deal with this newfound vulnerability.


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This is an alternate cover edition for B06XWWQRZR Is America on the brink? In “Cyber-Warfare and the New World Order,” Russian and Chinese soldiers still occupy Alaska, and now a joint Chinese/Japanese invasion force has carried out an attack on the West Coast. The wounds of the Japanese betrayal run deep, but there is no time to dwell on that. Every available resource must This is an alternate cover edition for B06XWWQRZR Is America on the brink? In “Cyber-Warfare and the New World Order,” Russian and Chinese soldiers still occupy Alaska, and now a joint Chinese/Japanese invasion force has carried out an attack on the West Coast. The wounds of the Japanese betrayal run deep, but there is no time to dwell on that. Every available resource must be poured into repelling the attack on U.S. soil. “Cyber-Warfare and the New World Order” is the fourth and final book in this predictive World War III military thriller series. If you like innovative technologies in battle and scheming politics, you’ll love Rosone and Watson’s conclusion to this story. In a world where everything from home thermostats to automobiles are connected to the internet, are people trading convenience for security? What would happen if the power grid for an entire state could be shut down remotely? Is cyber-warfare the new ultimate weapon? Grab your copy and find out how the world’s leaders deal with this newfound vulnerability.

30 review for Cyber Warfare and the New World Order

  1. 4 out of 5

    Brandon

    A pretty good conclusion to the WWIII series. I won't lie, I was a little disappointing that the US didn't beat the Chinese into an unconditional surrender. But, the introduction of all of the new military tech was very cool. The new Pacific Fleet was a powerhouse long needed, and their retaking of control of the Pacific was well played. I also enjoyed the interesting way in which Rosone brought the war with Russia to an end. The other great part of this book was the beginning of the new space a A pretty good conclusion to the WWIII series. I won't lie, I was a little disappointing that the US didn't beat the Chinese into an unconditional surrender. But, the introduction of all of the new military tech was very cool. The new Pacific Fleet was a powerhouse long needed, and their retaking of control of the Pacific was well played. I also enjoyed the interesting way in which Rosone brought the war with Russia to an end. The other great part of this book was the beginning of the new space age. Although I can't say that, realistically, I would have done things differently regarding the end of the war with China; I was still disappointed that after all of the problems, deaths, attacks and invasions inflicted by China that the US was so easily willing to capitulate to a peace treaty far from what they had intended. I think if this story were to continue China would be back to challenging US superiority again in the future, once they had enough time to catch up technologically. P.S. Great move with christening the USS Donald J. Trump supercarrier. Props for that one James.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Christ T Hansen 111

    Like the previous books, I noticed a couple of spelling mistakes which proof readers should of caught. Examples in the first two books when speaking of the Mediterranean Island and country as Cypress (a tree) should be Cyprus. And in the 4th book it mentioned the Chief of Staff in "toe", should have been "tow". Probably a problem with "auto correct" in both examples. For me the stories all held my interest throughout, but I wish I had known the final out come of the war in Mexico besides we won. Like the previous books, I noticed a couple of spelling mistakes which proof readers should of caught. Examples in the first two books when speaking of the Mediterranean Island and country as Cypress (a tree) should be Cyprus. And in the 4th book it mentioned the Chief of Staff in "toe", should have been "tow". Probably a problem with "auto correct" in both examples. For me the stories all held my interest throughout, but I wish I had known the final out come of the war in Mexico besides we won. And what ever happened to the British invasion of Russia through Norway? Which Scandinavian countries were invaded by the Russians? Nothing about that until the the end of the war in Europe was being discussed. I'm also trying to figure out how the Chinese could use nuclear weapon against the US and not get the same in return as the Arabs did.

  3. 4 out of 5

    D. E.

    A JR. & MW. Military Action Thriller (WW. III. - 4) USA vs It's Enemies JR. & MW. Have. Penned the fourth novel (WW. III. - 4) which contains discoveries of whom was responsible for the changes and shutdown of the total Cyber System. The USA is definitely prepared to go to any length to destroy the person's responsible for those activities. The really surprising thing is the number of alleged partners that were engaged in those activities. This is an excellent read for the genre.....DEHS A JR. & MW. Military Action Thriller (WW. III. - 4) USA vs It's Enemies JR. & MW. Have. Penned the fourth novel (WW. III. - 4) which contains discoveries of whom was responsible for the changes and shutdown of the total Cyber System. The USA is definitely prepared to go to any length to destroy the person's responsible for those activities. The really surprising thing is the number of alleged partners that were engaged in those activities. This is an excellent read for the genre.....DEHS

  4. 4 out of 5

    L J Field

    A fine conclusion to this four book series. As the story begins, the US is on its heels and it looks dire for the country. But science and technology are part of the buttresses of the nation and they come through. What actually happens to several of the characters that we’ve watched throughout the series is left unknown, but a few have their future elaborated on. Altogether, a great series that keeps you glued to your seat and offers an update to Clancy’s Red Storm Rising. Five stars.

  5. 5 out of 5

    creig speed

    This final book of the series was good This series was written very well. I could have even wished more technical and combat scenarios were added. After reading the entire series I would have been happy with more character development, combat scenes and more technical information..

  6. 5 out of 5

    S.David Long

    It's Over......... I very much enjoyed reading the final book in this series. At the beginning I wondered how the war would conclude by the end of the book. I was not disappointed. The ending felt complete without being forced. I look forward to moving on to the next great Battlefield adventure series.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lon E Frye

    Pray It Is Fiction, Believe It Is Prophecy! Have read all four books in six days, was difficult to put them down. As a VN vet, hate war and colonizing, but believe there is more truth than fiction in this fantastic series. Pray we can avoid this scenario or a civil war to preserve mankind and the USA.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Clint

    A thrilling read. This is the second series by these authors that I have read. These books are informative, predictive and very entertaining. I was never bored while reading these books and was saddened by their conclusion. I am a fan and look forward to more of their works in the future. I highly recommend them it reminds me of works by Tom Clancy and Larry Bond

  9. 5 out of 5

    Doug

    Very good series I highly recommend this series! It's one of the best futuristic war stores I've read, I could not put the books down until I had read all four. Very well written with good analysis.

  10. 5 out of 5

    John Budish

    The Final Journey... This book brings finality to this very well written series... I've chosen not to expound on the ending and spoil it for the reader... Needless to say it was an interesting and spectacular ending to this series ...

  11. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    Not as Good as Books #1-3 I’m glad to have read this Book #4, but it seemed to mostly be a quick conclusion to a long Series — and it was not as well written nor as thought-out as its predecessors ... much of it seemed “rushed”, just to bring things to an ending.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Rick

    The last book of the World War III series. Whereas this title states cyberwarfare, it is a continuation of the war. The battles have moved to Southern California. There is quite a bit of cyberwarfare involved but it is blended in nicely with the entire story. Scary.....

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Perry

    Continuous Action, Great Characters I loved the plot and grew to believe the characters were alive. I pray there’s a sequel set of books that flesh out the space exploration aspect.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jon-Erik Berkhoudt

    Awesome book and series This book along with the rest of the series are fantastic. All the characters well thought out even the short ones that tell the feeling of what the reader may be feeling at the time of the story.

  15. 5 out of 5

    TEZRA WHITE

    Great series It kept me interested the entire time. It is a page turner full of action and suspense. It's well written and very descriptive.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Martin Hickey

    Done Okay it works very entertaining for an ex intel guy from back in the 90s. I would have preferred IR to have a worse time.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Darrell Hunt

    Great series These books have kept me up at night reading them, hate to see them end I wish there were more books.

  18. 4 out of 5

    ALAN HAMILTON

    Fast Great read, fast paced and plausible. 2042 here comes space travel. The Chinese and Russians will be at War again.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Nadeem

    What a series! What a series of books, great books that continue the story. I have to say, one of the best series i h ave read in a long time

  20. 5 out of 5

    wendy rowley

    Great book I love military novels. This was a very good one as were the others in the series. I wish they would have a follow up.

  21. 5 out of 5

    MARTIN WITHERS

    Excellent read. Great ending to a great series. Very well written with believable situations and very well written and well described characters.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Allen Kuhns

    Great Series!!! I really Enjoyed reading this Series of books. They are really well writtten I look forward to reading The Red Storm Series

  23. 4 out of 5

    Bernie

    Cyber-Warfare review Cyber-Warfare: and the New World Order is the fourth outstanding book in the World War III series written by authors James Rosone and Miranda Watson.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Donnie Hardin

    Good read Great read really enjoyed the story , ending was a little anticlimactic i would have preferred a more severe ass kicking but still a reasonable ending

  25. 5 out of 5

    Everett Morss

    Great Finish Another gem to conclude the series. Always a bit sad when a really good series concludes. The characters were all excellent.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Corey Bourne

    Great end to great series Looking forward to future novels from the authors. High tech military at its best. The preview at the end looks interesting and will want to read as well.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Corvello

    Excellent series. Can't wait for what's next!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Thang Truong

  29. 4 out of 5

    Vicky Rowe

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mike Loginov

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