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Wars by Nathan P. Butler, Sean E. Williams, Jim Perry

Against a backdrop of a fractured humanity far along the path to war...

The Earthers: On a quest to recover a rogue scientist and an ultra-rare piece of technology XeLabs' Rangers, Rogan Hallard and Jerlen Krae, and CGC Troopers, Jossel Swin and Jannett Yens, will discover they are caught in a crossfire of hidden agendas, controversial tech, and deadly personas.

The Gongen: Orochito will risk his reputation and family's legacy todiscover a truth that is far bigger than either he or his forefathers could ever have imagined. A truth that brings home the reality that war is inevitable, and 'Grandfather' Shocho intends for the Gongen to be on the winning side.

The Mavericks: One family is already good as gone, and Jack Wilgress will be damned if he loses another. He will have to face an old Earther nemesis if he wants to preserve his Maverick 'family'. But is he willing to lose a piece of his priceless freedom and be dragged into the brewing system-wide conflict?

Featuring popular characters, locations, and tech from Decipher Inc.'s WARS™ trading card game, including story lines developed by New York Times Bestselling author, Michael A. Stackpole.

This trilogy collection of novellas detail events from the WARS™ universe in the 24th century leading up to the largest battle humans have ever experienced--THE BATTLE OF PHOBOS.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780983548805
Publisher: Grail Quest Books
Publication date: 05/25/2011
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.79(d)

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arcbeatle More than 1 year ago
After getting fed up with several long running Sci-Fi book series, I was looking for something new, and found this. After getting tired of dry and soulless series releases, I wanted something with some heart and found this. Frankly, though it sounds ridiculous, reading this book was kind of magical. The three stories, each a little over 110 pages, portray nearlyy concurrent events from the viewpoint of three completely different cultures in a Sci-Fi universe. Each is portrayed with love and care, and sees the other cultures in their own way. I was carried off by each of the author's tales, and yet each was so different, yet they all fit together. I was quite pleased! There's quite a bit going on here: action, adventure, tales of corperate espianage, commando infiltration, battles, intrigue... If you're looking for a Sci-Fi series to latch onto, check this out. As a standalone read its great- but it will leave you yearning for more.