Renegades: Ghost Story

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Eric Striker is highly lethal and experienced in combat dozens of worlds. He had almost everything taken from him: his family, his career, and his team. He and his companions have broken out of an alien prison, hijacked a ship, and are en route to civilization. A chance encounter with a derelict ship brings up ghosts of Eric’s past and awakens something which preys on ships and crews. More

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About Kal Spriggs

Kal Spriggs started reading science fiction and fantasy in elementary school. Eventually he was the only eight year old with permission from the local public library to check out books from the adult section because he’d read everything else. He’s written ever since he started running out of ‘good’ stuff to read when he was twelve, although he likes to think his writing has improved, if only slightly.

His range of interests has since expanded to include computer and console games, tabletop RPGs, and strategy games.

An Army brat born overseas, Spriggs was born with a wanderlust to see what lies over the next horizon. Spriggs visited 22 countries on five continents before he turned 25, and hopes to add many more to the list, as well as revisit some of his favorite places. Spriggs loves to ski, hike, fish, and camp, especially in the Rocky Mountains where he spent much of his childhood.

Spriggs is a graduate of the United States Merchant Marine Academy with an engineering degree. He followed in his parents’ footsteps and joined the US Army after graduation and currently serves as an active duty Engineer captain. As well as earning a masters degree in environmental engineering, he’s been deployed to both Afghanistan and Iraq

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Review by: Aleandria on Feb. 17, 2014 :
I loved this book! Eric was an easy character to dislike, but in this book I started to like him. The details of his past made him way easier to understand and relate to. The ending came way too soon!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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