Jabberwock

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A squad of soldiers takes a ride out to the middle of nowhere, thinking the Lieutenant sent them out there as punishment for posting pictures of his old lady. But in an empty stretch of desert lives a cave where they stumble across a man whose presence they can’t explain...who speaks in riddles and seems to know them. Before they can bring him back to base, an ancient evil marks them for its own. More
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About JC Andrijeski

JC Andrijeski writes new adult urban fantasy, dystopian, paranormal romance and crime fiction. Current works include the gritty, epic, urban fantasy series, Allie’s War, which follows Allie Taylor and her antihero partner, Revik, in their attempts to save the world from a dark, psychic force bent on controlling Earth. She also has a new adult dystopian series, Alien Apocalypse about Jet Tetsuo, survivor and slave under alien conquerors, and the Gate Shifter series, about a shape-shifting alien and a tough-girl PI.

Her work has been featured in anthologies, online literary, art and fiction magazines as well as print venues such as NY Press and holistic health magazines. JC travels extensively and has lived abroad in Europe, Australia and Asia, and from coast to coast in the continental United States.

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Review by: Mario Milosevic on Feb. 16, 2011 :
Mix a gritty desert war setting with a dash of Lewis Carroll and you get this harrowing take on soldiers confronting a danger literally beyond their imaginations. The suspense is real, the details grisly, and the story simultaneously fascinating and repulsive. Think of the worst thing that could happen to someone. This is worse than that.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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