Get a glimpse of life in the desert amid the highest point of conflict in Fallujah during the Iraq War. This author invokes the demons from his past to bring you a literary fiction inspired by his own experiences and those of his brothers in arms.
Before everyone carried cellphones, when only drug dealers had beepers, and you still had porn on VHS; this lovable squad of degenerates was kicking-in doors during the Second Battle of Fallujah.
Tongue-in-cheek antics made boldly with chaotic humor, blood spraying action, and shameless badassery. Follow these men as they learn what it means to earn the title, U.S. Marine.
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About the Author
Chance Nix was born and raised in Pleasant Grove, Dallas, Texas, before enlisting in the Marine Corps. With two tours of duty, which includes the Battle of Fallujah, Chance came away with a sense of pride, a Purple Heart, and a few stories to tell. In between his two tours in Iraq, Chance volunteered to drive a seven-ton truck through the murky waters of Louisiana to aid in the relief of Hurricane Katrina.
After being injured during his second tour, Chance spent some time getting short stories published while working on his novel about Iraq. Being a lover of 80’s action movies and macho tough guy films, he wasn’t content with making the book some sappy autobiography.
He may be all too familiar with self-deprecating humor, but the thing that really gets Chance going is writing some kickass action stories. Chance spends his time between writing, veteran activities, and raising his kids. He may be a little older, a little slower, but he can still shoot a tick off a dog’s butt at 300 yards.