The start of a Military SF series from imprint best-seller and Tom Clancy game series writer Jay Posey.
Captain Lincoln Suh died on a Wednesday. And things only got harder from there.
Snatched out of special operations and thrown headfirst into a secretive new unit, Lincoln finds himself as the team leader for the 519th Applied Intelligence Group, better known as the Outriders. And his first day on the job brings a mission with the highest possible stakes.
A dangerously cunning woman who most assuredly should be dead has seemingly returned. And her plans aren’t just devastating, they might be unstoppable.
How do you defeat a hidden enemy when you can’t let them know they’ve been discovered?
You send in the Outriders.
File Under: Science Fiction
Customer ReviewsSee All
Action is a bit slow, too much cerebral material between exciting parts.
This should be labeled military fantasy. the author knows that most people don’t like their heroes killed off so he invents a relife scenario to get around the inevitable. The plot was okay but the macho military attitude seemed juvenile.
Video game plot
It reads like the storyline to a modern FPS game, right down to major characters getting a revive after death. Entertaining, and probably worth the price, but don't expect groundbreaking genre fiction.