Hans Schuder, long presumed dead by Andrew Keane and other human survivors of past battles against the Horde, is alive--but enslaved and taunted by his captors. A member of the Horde from a planet with 20th century technology has come through the Tunnel of Light and is determined to wipe out humanity on this strange world. An escape by Hans and other captives is planned, but the plot is uncovered and wild new strategies must be devised. A fast-paced, edge-of-your-seat adventure with characters who maintain their humanity and resolve despite overwhelming odds.
About the Author
William R. Forstchen is the author of over forty books, has a Ph.D. in history from Purdue University and is a Faculty Fellow at Montreat College. His broad spectrum of writing includes science fiction and fantasy, historical fiction, alternate history, several scholarly works, numerous short stories and articles and near-future thrillers ONE SECOND AFTER, ONE YEAR AFTER, THE FINAL DAY, and PILLAR TO THE SKY.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Battle Hymn based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
This is the series that got me on the road of becoming an avid reader. Caption Andrew Lawrence Keane is a true lender and you can apply his leadership skills in today's board room meetings. Just a great all-time favorite. Enjoy
A nightmare that you can't wake from and must live day in and day out. That is what has happened to Hans. Now he must find a way to break out of the nightmare and take as many of the captive humans as possible, for those left behind will suffer the terror of the PITS. Another great book in the Lost Regiment series. Possibly the best since the first one.
Hans is living in a nightmare that won't stop and he wants desperately to wake up. This is the book that starts Hans on the journey home. However, the Hord is all around and the question is whether or not he can count on another miracle to save him and the countless others that are his responsibility. This one puts you inside the horrer of living as a pet!! R.F. has done it once more.