“The professorial Fed Chairman, his ever-whitening beard and ever-receding hairline making him look ever-the-more gnomish, loosened his tie and poured himself a drink at the 7:30 open. Perhaps the great ship would not sink, he hoped. The Fed had key-stroked hundreds of billions of dollars throughout the night and had managed to prop up the wobbly futures markets. Their hope was that the animal spirits could be tamed by the NYSE open. But the entire system sank right from the bell.”
Indivisible is a tale of survival amidst the turmoil of an economic collapse in contemporary America. Triggered by an Asian selloff of U.S. Treasuries, the United States devolves from currency collapse to price controls and shortages, riots and Martial Law and ultimately into open civil war.
The story revolves around four, interconnected characters:
Bob Garrity is the Under-Sheriff of Jefferson County, Colorado. He is a man willing to exceed the boundaries of the law in order to solve a rash of recent kidnappings in his rural jurisdiction.
Maiden Lane is a Deputy Secretary of the Treasury. A ruthless manipulator, Mae encounters tremendous difficulties adjusting to the new normal.
Jimmy Marzan is a soldier, tormented by allegiance to his unit and adherence his morality.
Vaughn Clayton is a father, an everyman who must figure out how to keep his family together amidst the chaos.
Their lives converge upon the backdrop of an American implosion. To what lengths will they go to survive? …And how far will the government go in order to preserve the union and protect the established order?
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From the Bison Survival Blog:
““Indivisible” was strictly Militia Porn, not post-apocalypse. But it was extremely well written, with great characters and one of the best economic cause and effect chain of action I’ve seen in fiction or non-fiction for a long while. He threw so much detail into the economic collapse it felt real. This wasn’t just a one dimensional disaster but a long drawn out detailed description. Towards the end that lead to more government oppression ( which is where the militia stuff came in ). If you like your collapses to be realistic and long on detail, this is your book.”
From The Militant Libertarian:
“I wasn’t sure what to expect from this book, worried that I may have been ruined with modern apocalypse/patriot books thanks to Larken Rose’s The Iron Web. I’m happy to report that Indivisible is just as good and is a book that, you should be warned, you’ll likely read through in one sitting. Screw sleep.”
From Destiny Survival:
“Indivisible brings characters and events together with some intriguing twists. Once you’re a couple of chapters in, you’ll want to keep reading to find out what happens next. You may ask yourself how you’d react if events unfold as the author lays them out.”
“This is by far the best independent fiction I have read.”
Indivisible: Russian Translation
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