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Armistice Day Paperback – December 3, 2009
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"Armistice Day is a fast-paced action adventure, but one with solidcharacter development" "With Armistice Day, Drazul has delivered a debut novel that anybody should be proud of, and something that's anexample of the good that can be self-publishing." - Review byPOD People.
"Armistice Day is not just an excuse for action, the story isinformed by a surprisingly sophisticated appreciation of conquestpolitics, revealing it to be a world of secret games played by theEmpire in order to subdue the conquered for their own good." - Review by The New PODler Review of Books.
About the Author
After surviving dotcom burnout and a chemical engineering career that fizzled, I became a stay-at-home Dad-of-all-trades. Each night, after the kids went to bed and the home improvement projects took a break, I sat down at my pc and wrote "Armistice Day" along with several science fiction and horror short stories. Once my editor gave me the thumbs up, I set out to get them published. Please follow my endeavors here at Amazon, GoodReads, GooglePlus, WordPress or my website (daviddrazul.com) Thanks for stopping by! \_/ DED
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Aaron Osborne leads a security detail hired to protect the dignitaries signing the official peace treaty between Earth and the alien Krendorian Empire. But everything goes wrong, and Aaron's team is framed for an atrocity they didn't commit. Aaron has to clear his name and find out who committed the crime before he and his friends are hunted down by human and Krendorian authorities eager for payback.
Drazul's human military characters had the "grunt lingo" down - wise-cracking when not in a fight, but all business and disciplined when the bullets were flying. And the alien characters were well-drawn with unique cultural viewpoints that were at once funny and disturbing.
I look forward to more stories set in this universe, particularly how things change on Earth after they join the Krendorian Empire.