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- Print Length: 46 pages
- Publication Date: January 15, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00DE22J46
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Stone Soldiers: City of Bones Kindle Edition
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Despite this, I enjoyed how the Col takes charge of his team and how tough they are. Pretty awesome group of soldiers. I think I will read the other two prequels Stone Soldier and Stone Soldiers: Catching Fire pretty darn soon (I normally read several other books between books in the same series, but I want to see where these Stone Soldiers are coming from).
Both stories I have read so far deal with Col Mark Kenslir. But from reading the author's blog site, I see there are several other Stone Soldiers I have not read about yet. Looking forward to reading their adventures as well.
What in the world is this flesh eating bacteria that also eats rubber and plastic?
Meet COL Mark Kenslir in charge of the USAF elite unit, Detachment 1039. The members of his team have been resurrected and turned into living stone.
No spoilers here but what this team does to combat this bacteria is only part of this story. The reader will also encounter an old woman (Witch?) that plays a significant role.
Anyway. The boys from 1039 are up against something nasty this time. Oh, who am I kidding? They go up against something nasty every time. It's what they do. And they're good at it. Well, until they're not. Which is kind of sad. And not really the point here. This time, they're fighting something that can kill with no warning in a pretty horrific way.
As always, Kenslir and his soldiers step in and use their stone bodies to save the day. *slow thumbs up* Nothing says "Welcome to Detachment 1039" like striking terror in the hearts of bad supernaturals.
-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal