LINES IN THE SAND
Lone Star Book 3
Published: February 22, 2018
Formats: eBook, Kindle, Kindle Unlimited, Audio, Audible, Jacketed Hardcover, Paperback
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LINES IN THE SAND
As America suffered, borders were defined and Lines in the Sand were drawn.
Would you be willing to cross the lines in the sand to survive?
“Man, this series just keeps getting better and better.”
Major and Lucy Armstrong's four children are spread around the globe and are in a race against time to return to Texas before societal collapse takes America to the depths of human depravity. They use their ingenuity, grit, and faith to persevere but find themselves facing a most unexpected enemy.
Note: The Lone Star series does not contain strong language. It is intended to entertain and inform audiences of all ages, including teen and young adults.
“There's international intrigue, false flags, death, unimaginable horror, insurmountable odds, and despair artfully woven into a tale of love, family, life, victory and redemption.”
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT LINES IN THE SAND
“Again Bobby Akart has created a heart stopping thriller that will keep you glued to the book until the very end.”
“Strong, believable characters and action sequences draw you into this amazing series.”
“Mr. Akart is a prodigy of Tom Clancy!”
“This series is appropriate for all members of the family, and some of the best writing I've read in ages.”
“The story moves so fast, yet you never feel lost and can feel the stories and characters coalesce.”
“Very honestly, this book is one of the best fictions I've ever read.”
“I am sincerely impressed with how Mr. Akart is able to portray things to even the most technically unsavory among us!!”
“Bobby Akart's writing style is easy to read even for the new reader, yet communicates the tension and emotion experienced by his well developed characters.”