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A brilliant young guerrilla leader, Comrade Olivario, commands the most lethal force the insurgents have ever fielded. He must establish the Shining Path as the preeminent political power in the valley, and to do this he must eliminate every threat—including the Green Berets. The stakes are high, and Olivario's plan will not only decide who controls the valley, but very likely the fate of the woman he loves.
Straight from the headlines, White Passage: Red Sun details the motivation behind US involvement in the drug war and accurately describes the tenuous relationship between the drug Cartels and various terrorist insurgencies. The exciting story explains the powerful influence of global political events on the "drug war" and exposes the inner workings of one of the most misunderstood conflicts of our time.
Posted June 30, 2013
Posted June 27, 2013
Author's Note: Sorry this took so long! I'll try to post more, but I have camp every day except on the weekends. I'll write when I can. On Wattpad I'm kinda having writer's block. Will you guys think of some suggestions for me to write? Preferably something with humans, but Warriors will do too! I'll be posting both this and Shatteredleaf's Destiny on my Wattpad soon. You can find my Wattpad account at he first chapter of Shatteredleaf's Fate. CHAPTER TWO: Eaglestar avoided Riverclaw whenever he could. He sent him out of the camp more than any other warrior (though Riverclaw didn't seem to notice), and spoke to him only when necessary. He also tried to stay out of Mossflame's way, as she was Riverclaw's mate and he had doubtlessly told her everything. The one worry Eaglestar had, and couldn't keep out of his mind, was that if Riverclaw had seen him, others could, too. So today he wouldn't go, and wouldn't go the next day, either. The day after that, however, he would. He would go, would relocate the cats helping him. Would tell them to be extra careful, because after all, it's better to be safe than sorry.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.