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- Print Length: 124 pages
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- Publisher: parcom entertainment (21 Feb. 2017)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N7E5J2J
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The Ephialtes Trilogy chronicles the conflict between Earth and Mars, triggered by Mars' secession from the USAN in the aftermath of World War IV. The stories of The Ephialtes Shorts Collection make up the connective tissue between books one and two of the trilogy. The collection comprises all four previously released shorts together with the exclusive Ephialtes Short V: Why Am I So Clever?
Ephialtes (Ephialtes Trilogy Book 1)
The Ephialtes Shorts look back to the first book of the trilogy and forward to the second
See the Worlds (Ephialtes Shorts #1)- A Cold Wind Blows (Ephialtes Shorts #2)- Son of New York (Ephialtes Shorts #3)- Be All You Can Be (Ephialtes Shorts #4)
Book two of the Ephialtes Trilogy will be released autumn 2017.
Be All You Can Be
When MSS Officer Kristen Stahl is seriously injured in the Battle of Allentown Spaceport the stability of her old life is thrown upside down. Along with her injuries she has to cope with a failing relationship and the possibility there is no longer a place for her in her beloved Martian Security Service.An uncertain future awaits all of Mars, but it seems the fates are determined to test Officer Stahl to the very limit of her capability. Can she fight her way back to where she needs to be, or is the simple act of survival victory enough?