Where do the lines between fiction and non-fiction become blurred? Musician Jack Eaton struggles to the point of physical pain over events witnessed in his dreams and while in a coma eight years prior. Did he see much of the future eight years in advance? Like someone speaking in their dreams, Jack said things while in his coma that has made him a threat to national security.
America has been flipped upside-down as the New World Order is dissolving the nation’s sovereignty. Artificial Intelligence and cryptocurrencies are the norm, despite electricity, internet, cable, and phone service working only part of the time. The fog of deception is heavy, and even the elect – and the elected – are being deceived. American citizens are losing Constitutional rights, and possibly the Constitution itself. The rich and powerful are playing God, and on the surface, it appears that they’re enjoying great success.
The members of Jack’s band and others were taken to an undisclosed location after a raid by government agencies on an apartment complex in upstate New York. Now Jack and his friend Dave Jamison must find the musicians and the others taken; if they’re still alive. In the darkness, will there be light for them to follow? It’s mayhem in End of Days America, and the journey Jack and Dave take could be their last