Veterans Day

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Two great books in one:
VETERANS DAY and KILO SIERRA ECHO

Veterans Day:
Kendra Hecksford was born into a family of Marines. When selected to "the program" she assumed that she would continue her family's tradition. Little did she know that she would be a part of something that would change the name of the arms race forever. Human weapons created to exhibit human potential at its finest. More
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About Dante D. Ross

When not at work staring at a screen wondering what he is doing with his life and dreaming of being Batman, Dante is usually at home staring at the screen writing and wondering why he isn't Batman.

Born in Los Angeles, CA he spends most of his free time reading, writing, podcasting, or talking his friends ears off. He has proudly used up whatever minutes as well as killed friends cell phone batteries with glee as he does not own one and suffers no such indignities.

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Reviews

Review by: Margo H on Oct. 9, 2018 :
Exciting and lots of action! Aside from the more often than not, use of profanity, the story had lots of action and suspense. Not a lot of technical jargon to cause confusion and tedium either. I didn’t find any misspellings, but grammatical inconsistencies… yes.

Still the story kept my attention and since I only read during my morning train ride to work, I found myself anxious for the next day’s commute (goodness what’s wrong with this picture!!!), so I could get back to the story. However, I think one should read Kilo Sierra Echo first. I read Veteran’s Day first and enjoyed it considerably, but once I started reading Kilo Sierra Echo, I felt it should have been read first. Still it all came together. Nicely done Mr. Ross!
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Review by: Mark Schultz on Feb. 25, 2015 :
I really enjoyed this story! my time in the military gave me additional insight, but anyone who like action and science fiction will really have a nice read here. Other than the spelling errors this would have been a 5 star rating.
Thank you Dante, I love what you made!
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