Orphan's Triumph (Jason Wander Series #5)

Orphan's Triumph (Jason Wander Series #5)

by Robert Buettner

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Orphan's Triumph (Jason Wander Series #5) by Robert Buettner

Jason Wander is ready to lead the final charge into battle.

After forty years of fighting the Slugs, mankind's reunited planets control the vital crossroad that secures their uneasy union. The doomsday weapon that can end the war, and the mighty fleet that will carry it to the Slug homeworld, lie within humanity's grasp.

Since the Slug Blitz orphaned Jason Wander, he has risen from infantry recruit to commander of Earth's garrisons on the emerging allied planets. But four decades of service have cost Jason not just his friends and family, but his innocence.

When an enemy counter stroke threatens to reverse the war and destroy mankind, Jason must finally confront not only his lifelong alien enemy, but the reality of what a lifetime as a soldier has made him.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780316001755
Publisher: Orbit
Publication date: 06/01/2009
Series: Jason Wander Series , #5
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 572,975
Product dimensions: 4.14(w) x 6.84(h) x 1.02(d)

About the Author

Robert Buettner is a former Military Intelligence Officer, National Science Foundation Fellow in Paleontology, and has been published in the field of Natural Resources Law. He lives in Georgia, creating the sequel to ORPHAN'S ALLIANCE and snowboarding passably. His website is: www.RobertBuettner.com.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've been in love with the Wander series from book one. The author tries to keep the military aspect of realistic and is able to maintain a real world perspective of future Earth society. I have often found myself laughing aloud or becoming angry as the emotion of the story is conveyed so well.
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