Who is the enemy?
Hiding in plain sight, Islamic extremists plot the overthrow of the United States through violent action and economic devastation. A nation divided by politics and nationalism is stymied by internal strife, missing clear indicators of a coming disaster. Then tragedy strikes, the Islamic State of America’s (ISAM) shrewd “Wolfpack” jihadists murdering at random across the nation, forcing the nation to cower in fear. On the heels of a bloody rampage, crippling cyber attacks wipe out the wealth and digital infrastructure of much of America.
The Government’s politically-correct response to the attacks maddens a desperate nation, inciting protests and anarchy. Appeasement of ISAM and its demands for limited Sharia law fractures a fragile nation, dumping it in the crossroads of an uncertain future. Will America disintegrate into a cluster of regionally-aligned people groups, stripped of their livelihood and their rights?
Miriam, a female Muslim Special Operations veteran, discovers a renewed and strengthening voice as she struggles to survive, and then responds to an ideology that has hijacked her Islamic faith. She emerges as a beacon for Muslim and Christian alike, standing for freedom and tackling faith issues that others refuse to address.
It’s time for a reformation. The Constitution and individual freedom hang in the balance.
Miriam lay pinned under the bodies of her dead infant son and husband in the cab of their pickup, far down the steep muddy slope of a West Virginia mountain. High above her she could hear screams of consternation in Arabic as her family’s killers sprayed bullets into the demolished truck. The war had come home to America. She could not escape it.More info →
“It’s all gone. Every penny,” the man said, tears welling in his eyes as he stood with his daughter at the ATM. “What will we do now?”More info →
“Anarchy. Chaos.” Uncle Benjamin stared out the window of his office at an eerily dark Washington, DC at night. Once lit bright with street lamps and the speeding torches of automobile headlights, this city seemed a shell of its former self. “The nuclear option is all that we have left.” He turned to his fellow jurists, each of them nodding in silence.More info →