Overview

How do you win a war lost 6000 years before you were born. Worse, if you've won that war and changed all history, what do you do if you don't like the results . . . and you're 6000 years from where you can do anything about that. Here's the exciting conclusion of the Lost Millennium Trilogy as Launa and Jack get to see what they've done . . . and what's been done with their work. And maybe, just maybe will get a chance to do it all over again!
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Lost Days

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Overview

How do you win a war lost 6000 years before you were born. Worse, if you've won that war and changed all history, what do you do if you don't like the results . . . and you're 6000 years from where you can do anything about that. Here's the exciting conclusion of the Lost Millennium Trilogy as Launa and Jack get to see what they've done . . . and what's been done with their work. And maybe, just maybe will get a chance to do it all over again!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016628745
  • Publisher: GCUpress
  • Publication date: 6/29/2013
  • Series: Lost Millennium Trilogy, #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 319,264
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Mike Moscoe also writes the national bestselling Kris Longknife saga as Mike Shepherd.

He grew up Navy. It taught him early about change and the chain of command. He’s worked as a bartender and cab driver, personnel advisor and labor negotiator. Now retired from building databases about the endangered critters of the Pacific Northwest, he’s enjoying a lot of fun reading and writing.

Mike lives in Vancouver, Washington, with his wife Ellen, and close to his daughter and grandchildren. He enjoys reading, writing, dreaming, watching grandchildren for story ideas, and upgrading his computer—all are never-ending.

He’s hard at work on the first of three Iteeche War novels as well as Kris’s next story: Kris Longknife—Tenacious, and Vicky Peterwald – Target, the next books in the universe of the Jump Points.

You can learn more about Mike and all his books at his Web site www.mikeshepherd.org, e-mail him at or follow Kris Longknife on Facebook.

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