"Mr. Akart brings together political history, technology, geopolitics, and current events into a vast and intriguing story." Franklin Horton, Author of The Borrowed World Series
"Bobby Akart has quickly developed into a MUST READ author. His knowledge of history, law, preparedness, and literature coalesces into a fantastic series of novels." - Tom Abrahams, Veteran Television Journalist and Author of Home
"A terrifyingly realistic, prescient new post-apocalyptic series ... which can only be described as prophetic." - G. Michael Hopf, best selling author of The New World series.
From the Author
Works of fiction are frequently based upon historical fact. The Boston Brahmin series portrays a very factually based argument for why every American must understand the threat of government overreach and Cyber Attack vulnerabilities. G. Michael Hopf, best selling author of The New World Series, said it best when he wrote, "A terrifyingly realistic, prescient new post-apocalyptic series ... which can only be described as prophetic."
In the case of the entire Boston Brahmin Series, history repeats itself. The Loyal Nine takes its name from nine patriotic Bostonians who chose freedom over the tyrannical rule of Great Britain. As the British exerted more control over the colonists, especially in the form of taxes, anger and resentment rose to a crescendo, resulting in the War for Independence.
Author Bobby Akart has observed similar acts of rage and discontent in America today. He perceives an America which is in decline socially and economically. There are many perspectives and theories all across the political spectrum on how to save her. Methods may differ, but does it matter if the ultimate goal is achieved?
The Boston Brahmin series will take the reader on a journey based in historical fact--both in its character development and the events that take place during the timeline of the series. This is a series about the societal and economic collapse of America. This type of collapse event is gradual and not sudden. The events portrayed in The Boston Brahmin series will rise to a crescendo, forcing the characters to make a decision--choose tyranny or freedom. They will be challenged physically and emotionally. As always, nothing is exactly what it seems.
Writing a post apocalyptic fiction series of this magnitude takes a considerable amount of time and research. It also asks the reader to become invested in the journey of the characters. Creating a book series about societal and economic collapse is a marathon, not a sprint. Read with us. Learn with us. Get involved in the backstory and details of the novels by frequently visiting our fan-dedicated website TheBostonBrahmin.com. I encourage you to interact with us on social media. I truly enjoy conversing with my readers--all of whom I consider friends.
If you have not had the opportunity to read Seeds of Liberty, a #1 best seller in the Politics, Social Sciences category and the Modern History category. Seeds of Liberty is a nonfiction companion guide to The Boston Brahmin series, which provides both a sociological analysis and a complete historical perspective of America's penchant for rebellion.
I hope you enjoy this epic, history-rich post apocalyptic series. Torn from the headlines, The Boston Brahmin series presents a nation plunged into chaos by enemies "foreign and domestic." Only The Loyal Nine, a patriotic group of descendants of our Founding Fathers, can navigate the collapse and restore the American republic.
As the country slowly descends into economic and societal despair, America is one bad news story away from collapse. In Cyber Attack, Book Two of The Boston Brahmin Series, the reader is taken through a very realistic scenario that would bring America to its knees.
The series continues with Martial Law, book three in The Boston Brahmin series. A President, with an election looming as his second term nears an end, conspires with the wealthy and politically powerful Boston Brahmin to bring the country to its knees. The U.S. Government, in conjunction with the United Nations, plans to strip away constitutional rights and confiscate the guns of Americans who stand in opposition to the President.
False Flag, book four in the series, reminds the readers that things are not always as they seem. Governments and military operations have used false flag events throughout history. They have been used to persecute a political enemy, or to enact laws in the name of security.
The Boston Brahmin series confirms that a false flag is used as an ideological weapon to control the citizenry with the fear of a manufactured enemy.
With The Mechanics, book five in the series, the nation is torn apart and patriotic citizens rise up in arms against a much stronger enemy - its own government and the armies of the United Nations. How do the weak vanquish the strong? Through grit, determination, and perseverance.
Immerse yourself in The Boston Brahmin series and consider the real world events surrounding us today. I think you'll find fiction can become reality.
Enjoy and thanks for reading!