Legend of the Black Knight

Legend of the Black Knight

by John Lee
     
 

The Legend Begins...Guns, bullets, explosions, car chases, fights, and half-naked women! Hell Yeah! If you love em like I do, then this is the book for you! For over fifteen years, an organization of domestic terrorist known as, THE ORDER OF THE 21ST CENTURY, are infiltrating the governments of the world and growing in power. Without mercy, they eliminate anyone that… See more details below

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The Legend Begins...Guns, bullets, explosions, car chases, fights, and half-naked women! Hell Yeah! If you love em like I do, then this is the book for you! For over fifteen years, an organization of domestic terrorist known as, THE ORDER OF THE 21ST CENTURY, are infiltrating the governments of the world and growing in power. Without mercy, they eliminate anyone that poses a threat to them and the organizations true objective is their most closely guarded secret. Now, 15 years after the Order tried to eliminate them, two men; Admiral Jonathan Maclintock and Commander Victor Knight, have emerged from hiding to take them down. Their organization, THE 25TH LEGION, is no match for the Order in numbers, but they have an advantage that Order doesn't. A man named, Vincent Knight. After making the impossible choice to leave everything and everyone he'd ever known or loved behind, Vincent volunteers to take place in a high risk experiment and devote his life to the Legion. He is told that if he survives the experiment, he will possess abilities that will enhance his mind and his body. However, his abilities do not come without a price. Armed with advanced weaponry and technology from the Legions base in Manhattan, Vincent, along with two of the Legions best combat veterans; Chief Jimmy Callahan and Staff Sergeant Frank Connors, go head to head with the Order to try and put an end to their reign of terror. Join me as I take you on the epic journey of a man without a past, as he struggles to gain control of his extraordinary new abilities, and fight in a war that's true purpose he does not fully understand.

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ISBN-13:
9781478708582
Publisher:
Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date:
04/18/2013
Pages:
298
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.67(d)

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