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The Kaitian War
     

The Kaitian War

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by Sami Salkosuo
 

For a thousand years, Commander William Johnson has guided the humans toward joining the Coalition, an alliance of advanced civilizations in the galaxy. Soon after they finally do, the Kaitians--the servant species of the long-extinct Hwzeenn--launch an all-out assault against other species in the galaxy with only one goal: extermination.
In order to survive,

Overview

For a thousand years, Commander William Johnson has guided the humans toward joining the Coalition, an alliance of advanced civilizations in the galaxy. Soon after they finally do, the Kaitians--the servant species of the long-extinct Hwzeenn--launch an all-out assault against other species in the galaxy with only one goal: extermination.
In order to survive, William and others in the Coalition must find a way to stop the Kaitian attack before it’s too late.

“It's either them or us. And I'd rather it'd be them, even it means a seat in hell for us.”

The Kaitian War is the fifth story from the Strangers’ Universe and it’s a direct sequel to Truths, Half-Truths and Lies.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045700801
Publisher:
Sami Salkosuo
Publication date:
02/16/2014
Series:
Strangers' Universe
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
221,520
File size:
331 KB

Meet the Author

Sami Salkosuo is a science fiction indie author and IBM Client Technical Professional. He is the author of several science fiction stories, including The Kaitian War and Truths,Half-Truths and Lies, and the author of DWR Java Ajax Applications and many articles at IBM developerWorks.

Besides writing science fiction, he enjoys reading, watching and playing it. During summertimes he lives to ride and rides to live and other times he likes computer programming.

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The Kaitian War 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No build up, the author acts like you should know who certain people are.  A good content editor helping with plot, flow, and context would have helped.