Grunt Life

Grunt Life : A Task Force Ombra Novel

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This is a brand new Military SF series from Weston Ochse, an experienced military man and author. Benjamin Carter Mason died last night. Maybe he threw himself off a bridge into Los Angeles Harbor, or maybe he burned to death in a house fire in San Pedro; it doesn't really matter. Today, Mason's starting a new life. He's back in boot camp, training for the only war left that matters a damn. For years, their spies have been coming to Earth, mapping our cities, learning our weaknesses, leaving tragedy in their wake. Our governments knew, but they did nothing--the prospect was too awful, the costs too high--and now, the horrifying and utterly alien Cray are invading, laying waste to our cities. The human race is a heartbeat away from extinction. That is, unless Mason, and the other men and women of Task Force OMBRA, can do anything about it. This is a time for heroes. For killers. For Grunts.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 420 pages
  • 104 x 170 x 38mm | 204g
  • English
  • 1781082014
  • 9781781082010
  • 644,387

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Weston Ochse is the new voice of action science fiction.--Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of CODE ZERO and FALL OF NIGHT
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About Weston Ochse

Weston Ochse is the author of nine novels, most recently SEAL Team 666, which the New York Post called 'required reading.' His first novel, Scarecrow Gods, won the Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in First Novel and his short fiction has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. His work as appeared in comic books, and magazines such as Cemetery Dance and Soldier of Fortune. His work has been lauded by Joe R. Lansdale, Peter Straub, Kevin J. Anderson, John Skipp, Brian Keene, Jonathan Maberry, and many more, including the New York Times, New York Post, Washington Post, Denver Post, The Financial Times of London, and The Examiner (UK). His last name is pronounced "oaks." Together with his first name, it sounds like a stately trailer park. He lives in the Arizona desert within rock throwing distance of Mexico. For fun he races tarantula wasps and watches the black helicopters dance along the horizon.
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458 ratings
3.82 out of 5 stars
5 27% (124)
4 40% (185)
3 23% (104)
2 8% (35)
1 2% (10)
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