Derek Martell is in a dead-end career, manning a fuel point in Eastern Iraq. It’s a far fall from a life of fortune and glory, but he’s lucky to have any job at all. Until he wakes up after a sandstorm to find Doomsday is at hand. The apocalypse has started, and his invite was late.
A global catastrophe is unfolding, an epidemic that reaches every shore. Only genetic Arabs seem to be immune, and scores will be settled. One thousand years of tactical losses have been reversed in the blink of an eye. The Western world only has one card remaining to be played, a weapon of radiation and fire that has only been used twice. But backed up against the wall, what choice do they have?
Teamed up with a ragtag band of other survivors, Derek is running against the clock through the burning desert. A counter strike is imminent, which won’t matter if the locals get them first. All Derek needs is to find a plane. But first he has to dodge . . . the Sword of the Caliphate.
Praise for Clay Martin’s Last Son of the War God
“A thrilling adventure that . . . offers real insight into the mind of a Special Forces soldier.”—Guns America Digest
“As page-turners go, this book is for certain one of them, but don’t let that fool you into thinking the story is devoid of a sophisticated plot.”—SOFREP
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About the Author
Clay Martin served in the United States Marine Corps and the army before medically retiring in 2013. He started writing novels in 2017 and is currently a staff writer for Guns America. Martin lives in Idaho with his wife and son.