It appears the first several chapters are bent on introducing us to the main characters of the adventure. We sense that the author is taking us deep into the characters as if he is setting the stage for something big.
So here comes Captain John Russell, United States Marine Corp. He is best pals with Jeff brother Daniel.
Other chapters sadly have revealed Jeff and Kyle have lost faith in America. JR and Daniel believe that the American way of life is worth fighting for. In spite, of her inequalities, …they believe they must help America get better for everyone. Defending her and her citizens are first an honor and an obligation.
JR is from wealth. Daniel is from a working-class family, yet they share the same kindred spirit…through college together as well as adults.
The boys are from different works, but they draw on each other strength. Their families are close…so close they share holidays and other special times together.
It was very warming to hear JR conversation with a fellow officer about Daniel. You come away with a sense of true brotherly love that inspires of Daniels accident in college sport. He is happy for JR and downright proud of him.
We left previous chapters with a sense that Jeff and Kyle have been radicalized. As a result, they have developed a sense of undying loyalty to Genesis.
Here we get a real feel that when it comes to loyalty. J.R. and Daniel have an intense loyalty to the American way of life…patriots.
This chapter leaves us with a sense of mission.
This chapter ends with a celebration aboard the USS Gerald Ford, one of three of the futuristic ships the Navy has put into service.
Why did the Rear Admiral single him out at the celebration on the U.S.S. George W. Bush?
What was so sensitive about the orders that was delivered to JR’s quarters?
What mission has JR been chosen for?
The drama builds…please share your thoughts here. In the forum.
Now…Chapter 5 – Bumblehive