Kill! Kill!: Battle of Fallujah

Kill! Kill!: Battle of Fallujah

by Chance Nix
Kill! Kill!: Battle of Fallujah

Kill! Kill!: Battle of Fallujah

by Chance Nix

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Overview

Kill Kill; the words ingrained into a Marine during basic training to harden the killer heart within.

Set in Fallujah, Iraq 2004- the bloodiest urban battle of the 21st century.

Jack Campbell, a Marine Corps Corporal, is returning to Iraq on a promise to his best friend. When the bullets start flying, Jack must lead his squad, the Berserkers, through the biggest battle of the war.

With his thoughts divided on his pregnant wife back at home, Jack struggles to be the fearless bachelor leader his young Marines heard about. His best friend Kyle must also balance his own sanity after discovering a newfound attraction to HM2 Corpsman Skyler Greene, a former Southern belle, now stuck in this filthy barren place.

Fallujah - a place located between Hell and the Old West. The Marines who fought there will be remembered by Marines for all time.

Stalking the streets, kicking in doors, and racking up kill counts are just part of another day in the sandbox for the young squad of degenerate Marines, known as the Berserkers.

Kill! Kill! tells the fictional story of the Second Battle of Fallujah, filled with tongue-in-cheek antics, chaotic humor, blood-spraying action and shameless bad-assery. Follow these men as they learn what it means to earn the title U.S. Marine.

Inspired by the author's real-life events in Fallujah.

"Let me start off by saying two words about "kill kill" by Chance Nix, WOW just WOW..." -- Amazon 5-stars book review

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781734088403
Publisher: Grunt, Ink.
Publication date: 11/10/2019
Pages: 314
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.70(d)

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, he volunteered during Hurricane Katrina to aid in Louisiana.After being injured in an IED explosion, Chance worked as an ambulance driver and EMT at a children's hospital. Inspired by a long lineage of storytellers, Chance spent many nights in adolescence writing by flashlight. His passion for writing still continues today.
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