An America Divided - Can it Stand?
Natalie Kelley is a journalist for the Chicago Tribune covering American extremism in the not-so-distant future. She has spent her career investigating the massacres and workings of domestic terror organizations aligned against the Global Federation of Nations, but when she travels to Oklahoma City following an attack on a downtown restaurant, she begins to suspect there may be more to the carnage than meets the eye.
McMillan's The Grey Zone imagines a world in which a massive intergovernmental agency has brought states and people closer together than ever before - and it explores how those opposed to such a globalized planet may fight against that future.
As Natalie starts to dig deeper into the events and people connected to this latest attack, she starts to see that the difference between good and bad isn't always black and white.