Across America, citizens of this once proud nation sit in the dark, slowly starving to death. Most are dirty and sick. They’ve been abandoned by politicians and bureaucrats who continued to grow fatter and richer during the collapse. Foreign governments court the nation’s leaders, putting them up on cruise ships and in foreign hotels, while the average American lives in squalor, ignored and abandoned.
A reluctant savior rises from an unlikely direction. He doesn’t need the politicians nor the American government. They represent everything he despises. He’s a doer. A self-made man who builds empires and creates jobs. When he says he’s going to do something, he does everything in his power to make it happen.
In short, he’s exactly the opposite of those leading the country.
As this unlikely leader decides it’s time to put his plan in place, Conor and Ricardo are in the Washington D.C. area on a mission to retrieve a cache of supplies. Through a chance meeting, the two get sucked into a whirlwind of conspiracy, murder, and a totally unorthodox plan for rebuilding the nation.