Resurrection – Americans Awaken
Resurrection: Americans Awaken is Book One in the Resurrection Trilogy by WH Wisecarver. When hired by a shady investment bank to find solutions to the imminent crisis that could affect the financial standing of the group, Kirk Danner thought it could be just a job like any other–except that he begins to notice the problem could be more than what he’s hired for, and having fought great battles in the course of a very long history, Danner is determined to find out what the problem is and to nip the evil in its bud before it escalates into far-reaching proportions. But will his resurrection–he who has been a formidable strength protecting his kind–be enough to save the nation from the sinister game The Order has designed against it? It is interesting to watch Danner and his team of winners plunge into a new kind of war that can determine the future of humanity.
Resurrection is a gripping story that will appeal to a diversified audience and it must be said that it absolutely takes superior skill to weave together an eclectic set of literary elements into a story without losing the interest of the readers. The iron-cast characters are very rich and compelling, and each comes across as a symbolic piece that falls into a powerful vision of the awakening of the American society, the drama is insanely intoxicating. The language is unusual, and the author has the knack for occasional bursts of philosophical insights and a social commentary that will excite the minds of many readers. The plot is gripping and moves very fast with breathtaking surprises. The author has a rare gift for characterization and readers will undoubtedly be fascinated by most of the characters. Wisecarver’s work covers a wide range of themes, including economic instability, social unrest, war, and heroism.