Battle Line

Battle Line

by Billy Bennett

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The year is 2120 A.D. The Terran System has been invaded by the most ruthless conquerors in the galaxy. After being routed in two major engagements in the outer Solar System, veteran ace Lieutenant Jack Thunder and his fellow Star Sword pilots and Space Marines must hold the line on the planet Mars, as the Zidian armada attacks, and an army of battle mechas are landed to conquer the colony. While the invaders prepare to field the ultimate secret weapon, and another mysterious alien race sits on the side lines, debating whether to enter the conflict or leave the Earth to its doom, Jack Thunder, April Kelley, and the rest of Humanity�s greatest heroes are thrown into a maelstrom of love, war, and tragedy as they fight against all odds to win the victory.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150518162
Publisher: Pluto Science Fiction
Publication date: 09/19/2014
Series: Starstorm , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 288,880
File size: 399 KB

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Battle Line 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Try two as the first review attempt wouldn't let me give it any stars. Great follow-up to the first book in the series. Eagerly awaiting book three to see how Mr. Bennett resolves the cliff-hangers from this book. Will the unlucky charm alien survive or will its wingmen decide to kill it because it is a bad luck charm? Will the Earth, and Mars for that matter, survive or will they become the latest additions to the evil empire? Is Jack a necrophiliac? Feel like there is something missing in the final scene of his which would explain his actions, other than necrophilia. Good action, was a good mix of action and downtime - which is something many writers mess up. Too much action can make a great book, or movie, into a mediocre one. The latest Star Wars movie comes to mind - way too much action and no downtime for the audience to recover. Rooting for the captured Earthers to rise up against their oppressors.