After ISIS Strikes In Europe, Day Of Wrath Highlights The Inevitable For Soft Targets In The U.S.
Black Mountain, NC, December 30, 2015 – Military expert, author and historian Dr. William R. Forstchen believes ISIS will soon target schools, interstate highways and churches in the U.S. “Everything they’ve said they would do, they have achieved,” he stated more than a year ago while the current administration was dismissing ISIS as a “J.V. team.”
“They said they’re bringing the war to us, to our children and civilians.” This is the terrifying premise of his most recent book, Day of Wrath, which is again drawing significant attention. A number of security experts and law enforcement officials observe that Day of Wrath is not just a warning but should be viewed literally as a “training scenario,” when considering how to protect our schools from a terrorist assault similar to the massacres created by Islamic terrorists in Beslan, Russia in 2004, and Pakistan in 2014.
Although it’s a work of fiction, the actual threat is critical and highly probable. For that reason Day of Wrath went directly to ebook self-publication. “This story must reach the public immediately and should be used as a platform for debate as to how to respond and stop ISIS,” he explains. A print version is also available now.
Forstchen, author of more than forty books, presents a horrifying but likely scenario in Day of Wrath. Forstchen’s heart-stopping novella brings home just how vulnerable our infrastructure really is. It is also a story of heroic efforts to save lives, while sounding a wake-up call to American citizens and their government.
William R. Forstchen is a New York Times bestselling author and holds a doctoral degree from Purdue University with a specialization in military history and technology.
He is a noted expert historian and public speaker and has been interviewed on FOX News, C-SPAN, and Coast to Coast on topics ranging from history to technology and cultural issues, to space technology development, to security threats. Other recent works by Forstchen include One Second After and One Year After, both NYT best sellers examining the potential threat against our nation’s electrical infrastructure by means of an EMP (electro-magnetic pulse) attack launched by Iran.
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Day of Wrath
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