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A blink in reality leaves CW3 Mike Duggins and his SpecOps in a different, unrecognizable world. They are stalked by massive, cunning, draconic predators. The only things keeping the predators at bay are Mike’s team, untested Mech Armor, and the DARPA techs. More
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About Mark Harritt

Mark Harritt is currently an over the road Truck Driver who is frequently found at the end of a 400 to 500 mile day trying to peck out one to two thousand words on a new book. He’s an Army paratrooper with a background in intelligence operations. He spent six years in Iraq and Afghanistan, in uniform and out. Currently, his greatest challenges are black ice, lake effect snow, and uploading word documents to E-reader format, all equally treacherous endeavors. His greatest hope is to write stories that his readers enjoy.

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R. McCullough reviewed on on Dec. 21, 2017

Great books and I love your comment:::
Currently, his greatest challenges are black ice, lake effect snow, and uploading word documents to E-reader format, all equally treacherous endeavors.

Let me know if I can help with the formatting or images for the cover or inside…for free.
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Onewarmguy reviewed on on Jan. 10, 2017

Enjoyed reading this immensely. Well written and nicely paced.
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snidely reviewed on on March 31, 2015

Wow, this is a fun book. Lots of action. Lots of "gun stuff".
I'm a geezer so I flipped past the steamy parts.
I recommend this to adult readers.
I'm looking forward to part two!
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Colin Hay reviewed on on March 22, 2015

This book certainly is packed with action and adventure which captures and holds your interest. The science is well thought out and so makes the story a lot more plausible, and thus interesting. Don't think (and hope) a nuclear war couldn't start that way - not unless everyone was about to push the button anyway. As for the firepower used in a confined space - surprised anyone has any hearing left. Big as these critters are, I'm also surprised they take so much killing with the available weapons. Disappointed the explosives and claymores were not used - especially on a defensive perimeter. I think some of the logistics could be a little out of whack with the time frame - again being a little picky but wasn't going to let it stop me from enjoying the flow. There is enough detail to allow the story to flow and keep you on the edge, without bogging you down with too much detail. The characters are great, and with that setup, entirely believable. If Mark can produce book one under pressure, what will the sequel be like? Please don't keep us waiting too long - and it would be nice if Jo, Mike, and the rest of the gang got reunited, and it progressed from there.
Thank you Mark.
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RockinReader reviewed on on March 20, 2015

Wow I so loved this book. It is packed with action and adventure and a wonderful example of modern science fiction. It is so gripping and intense I could not put it down. From unknown alien monster to possible nuclear attack, I was left guessing what was next and I was pulled it right into it. The characters are so well defined and easy to relate to. I love the relationship with Mike and Jo and the whole story. The detailing is perfection and so compelling; I could see, hear and smell everything. It has a very smooth flow and kept my attention. The author Mark Harritt has certainly gotten my attention and I can not wait to read more from him. I want the sequel to this one; I need to know what happens after wards. I definitely recommend this book to every one, it is an awesome book and a heck of an adventure. Job well done Mark, keep them coming!
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
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