An Assumed Risk : The C-3 Saga
Imagine if the spiritual war was a physical conflict.... Wicked creatures are infesting every known city and their sole purpose is to completely enslave humanity. The general population have mistaken these beings as harmless neighbors, rather than the nightmarish monsters they are. A terrible evil falls over the world and one by one the kingdoms of man are plunged into darkness. Threats that in older times were only found in storybooks now haunt the shadows. Worst, many of these dark things now boldly walk in the daylight doing things that would have been unthinkable mere decades before. The only force who can fight the dark are divided and weak. These people are soldiers of the light and they look like they will be extinguished soon. With humanities future at stake a drastic measure is taken. A plan is hatched in secret to make soldiers out of. . . children. In the past armies of the light have protected their children at all costs and slowly groomed them for their future roles. Now expendability is the key and a group of young rejects is drafted into this dangerous program. This small group of boys is designated C- 3 and they are implemented into this unconventional plan. It begins with a strange boy named Risk Xie being integrated into C-3. Under his guidance they undergo training in a secret military program designed to turn them into an elite unit. The training is so subtle, that they don't even realize that they are in it, or that it might eventually cost them their lives. The hope of an entire generation rests on the success of this program, as the armies of the dark war machine march upon the world. C-3 will be required to assume the roles of grown veteran warriors and meet the enemy on the deadliest of battle grounds, where the slaughter of mankind is the horrible reality. When faced with the most dire of combat scenarios, will the young C-3 unit meet the challenge or succumb to the dark agenda?
- Paperback | 566 pages
- 152 x 229 x 29mm | 748g
- 21 Feb 2011
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- North Charleston SC, United States