Are There Heroes In Hell?

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USMC Lance Corporal Jackson Freebourne served on the front lines before his position was overrun and he was captured by Canadian forces and sent to an icy prison. If the elements don’t kill him, the guards might, and the only chance for survival involves keeping his head down and staying invisible. More

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About J.J. Mainor

I can talk about my characters and stories far more easily than I can talk about myself. The best way to learn about me is through those stories. Writing primarily science fiction, I enjoy worlds and universes that aren't so black and white. Every story has something to say, and every message is not as straight-forward as it seems. We tend to boil ourselves down and define ourselves according to neat labels, whether by race, gender, political identity, or whatever; and the truth is, we're more complicated than that. I try to write worlds and characters that reflect that complexity and diversity of belief.

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PhotStudios reviewed on on Aug. 6, 2018

This book was written a month before the 2016 election, set during a future, fictional war with Canada. I'm not sure about the Canadians as the villains, but it's presented in a way that they're a sympathetic villain. The American POWs are as much a victim of an idiot president who commits a war crime in order to salvage a disastrous presidency, as they are of the Canadians angry over that war crime. Given our deteriorating relations with Canada and the President we have, I can really see something like this unfolding in the next couple years instead of 150 years from now when the story takes place.
(reviewed 72 days after purchase)
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