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★ ARISEN : Raiders, Volume 1 is a #1 New Release in War Fiction. ★
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One nuclear supercarrier strike group, perhaps the last operational military unit on a fallen planet.
Two teams of spec-ops Marines, the only warriors dauntless enough to dare the missions required to keep the others alive.
And one Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman, battling to do an impossible job and find his place on a team knit tight as steel cable…
The blistering new series continues, with Doc Yaz, Gunny Blane, and the rest of the Raiders safely back on the Kennedy. But they are nearly instantly thrust back onto shore, out into the worst of the Zulu Alpha, in order to secure the critical supplies the strike group needs to survive even another week – and then the weapons and ammo the Marines need to keep fighting for the others. Hold your breath as these shore missions go from simple, to stupid, to suicidal, all with breathtaking speed and violence. Yea, verily…
Shit Happens in the Zulu Alpha
Hope Never Dies.