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It was 2055, a year hoped for unprecedented advancements and a better tomorrow. But in reality, something worse awaited the nation. Something that nobody had ever witnessed before.

The year arrived as a time of despair for the United States as it stood as a nation fractured from within, severed from the global community it once led. What was once a home of democracy and progress now lies in the grip of chaos and despair, with over 90% of its population wiped out by the megalomaniacal ambitions of a man driven by a godlike desire to reshape humanity.

Sounds horrific? That’s the reality J.A. Carlton’s Wednesday’s Child: The Freedom Fighters characters live in. Nobody knows what the future holds for them, but one thing is certain: they must act now to secure what’s left.

Delta Squad at Work

With everything falling apart, Delta Squad, a group of brave souls led by Jade Mckay, would have to fight against all odds. But the question remains: will they be able to save the day? Only time will tell.

When Commander Stone Rivers loses Jade McKay, Lieutenant, to sinister forces, he must go to every length to ensure her safety. Jade holds classified information buried deep in her subconscious, so powerful and dangerous that it could shift the balance of power in this war and beyond. And now, Stone Rivers and the team must find her to safeguard the nation’s future.

There are No Friends

As the fate of Lieutenant McKay hangs in the balance, Rivers and the team must face enemies both seen and unseen. Their mission is clear: to save McKay, to protect the truth she holds, and to prevent the forces of tyranny from unleashing a new era of darkness upon the world.

But who can they trust in a nation torn apart by greed, corruption, and betrayal? As alliances are manipulated and loyalties tested, Rivers and his team must navigate a treacherous landscape where nothing is as it seems and where the line between friend and enemy blurs with each passing day.

Fighting Against All Odds

Despite the challenges, Rivers and the Delta Squad move forward with a sense of duty, honor, and the belief that even in the darkest of times, the light of hope can still shine through. Because when everything falls apart, perseverance and belief win the battle.

Are you curious about what happens next for Rivers, Jade, and the Delta Squad? Read J.A. Carlton’s Wednesday’s Child: The Freedom Fighters to find out.

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