Overview

In the confines of a secret briefing room, Captain Shepherd informs his commanding generals on the current dire situation around the globe. War comes in many forms, and there are professionals in the world who specialize in the product of death. These high value threats are obstacles to the peace that Captain Shepherd envisions. In the conclusion to the introductory arc, Shepherd will reveal his answer to the dilemma. But his answer to the problem may go against all the ethics he has fought to protect. Is his ...
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Children of War #003: SITREP

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Overview

In the confines of a secret briefing room, Captain Shepherd informs his commanding generals on the current dire situation around the globe. War comes in many forms, and there are professionals in the world who specialize in the product of death. These high value threats are obstacles to the peace that Captain Shepherd envisions. In the conclusion to the introductory arc, Shepherd will reveal his answer to the dilemma. But his answer to the problem may go against all the ethics he has fought to protect. Is his controversial vision of the perfect warrior, the end-all solution this world needs to rid its epidemic of war? Or will it simply add fuel to the fire?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014796910
  • Publisher: One Twenty Productions, Inc
  • Publication date: 6/12/2012
  • Series: Children of War , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 40
  • Sales rank: 1,202,892
  • File size: 20 MB
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Meet the Author

Will Lanoie has existed since 1984. In 1997, he began writing a script to a video game concept that contained the Will Snider character. In 2004, Will discontinued college due to boredom, and enlisted into the United States Marine Corps. He served as an operator in the scout sniper platoon of 1st Battalion, 4th Marines for his first three years, and as a marksmanship instructor for 1st Marine Regiment during his last year. In 2009, he was accepted into DigiPen Institute of Technology, to study video game design, but deferred enrollment to work overseas as a private security contractor. In the same year, he started the script and initial concept art to Children of War. In 2010, he founded One Twenty Productions, Inc, to begin producing the manga version of his story. Many of the events and characters of Children of War, derive from his childhood and military experiences. Will plans to return to school to study video game design, and to someday create his visionary video game version of Children of War.
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