The most thrilling and inspiring literary fantasy episode ever written: The Charge of the Rohirrim at the Battle of the Pelennor Fields.
TagYour Weekend Read
- Sgt. Thor: Rangering the Ruin
- John Steakley Armor
- The Family Business, Mike Kupari
- And the Rain Came Down
- Only the Dead
- Kill Yuan
- The White Donkey
- The Devil You Don’t Know
- Her Brothers Keeper
- Proof of Our Resolve
- Gone Readin’
- Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition
- The Union Series
- Line in the Valley: Hard Copy
- American Praetorians
- Leadership in the Shadows
- Winchester 1886 and a Crucifix
- Hernandez excerpt
- Mercenary Blues
- Proof of Our Resolve
- Alone and Unafraid Has a Sequel
- Task Force Desperate Hard Copy
- Task Force Desperate Hard Copy 2
- More Mercenary Blues
- Excerpt From a World That Has Ended
- The Things They Cannot Say
- Broken and Unreadable
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Who is Sgt. Thor? He’s what would happen if Conan completed Ranger School, got tabbed and scrolled, and carried a .50 AMR named Mjölnir.
Is Fury a true story? We review Belton Y. Cooper’s 1998 memoir Death Traps: The Survival of an American Armored Division in World War II.
Robert Heinlein’s Starship Troopers is a thought-experiment of a stable republic able to withstand the swarming, dehumanized anthill of collectivism. It is more philosophical tract than science fiction adventure, a true “science” fiction novel revolving around political science and sociology.
Armor, John Steakley’s dystopian military science fiction story, is about a soldier named Felix who is at the same time uncommonly good at – and horrified by – what he does.
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Baen Books has released Mike Kupari's latest novel, The Family Business. It's a dystopian (perhaps post-apocalyptic) tale of a Federal "Recovery Agent" on the job in a much-changed United States of America. As of this writing, it is rated 4.4 out of 5 stars on Amazon....
olence of Mind, by Varg Freeborn, is now available as an audiobook via Audible. Check out his description of how violence works.
Your Weekend Read: Check out Harrington’s review of The Kill List, by Frederick Forsyth – a GWOT story that could be taken from today’s news headlines.
Building Bridges is a book for young uns written by one of our own – Daniel Shaw – and illustrated by his boy, Gunner Shaw. Do us a solid and check it out.
He shook his head. “Never thought I’d see this shit here, man,” he said. “Grew up in Chihuahua, then went to Libya. This is fucking Denver, man. This fucking place ain’t supposed to be a war zone.” ALCON: Pete Nealen, former Reconnaissance Marine, ongoing...