Shuvom Ghose is a Libertarian who escaped to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project and could not be happier. He loves writing science fiction along with his wife Llalania, and can be contacted through firstname.lastname@example.org or his Goodreads.com profile!
Military sci-fi with humor and action, in a universe where buffering bands can download a soldier's consciousness into a new body the instant he dies, but can't make the process of dying hurt any less. Which it does. A lot.
Fans of "Starship Troopers" and "Catch-22" should enjoy these books, if they would like the original two books mashed together. And then put in a blender.
2nd Lt. Jonah Forrest is finding out that having infinite lives doesn't make war any easier. Or make a Hell-Spider's claws hurt any less. Or his General's suicide orders any more sane. But if they start getting 'kills' the old fashioned way (lying), how hard will he and Infinity Squad work to take the easy way out, in the midst of war on an alien planet where EVERYTHING is trying to kill them?
1st Lt. Jonah Forrest is learning that the only thing harder than war is the peace that follows.
Even the power to resurrect into clones when they die may not be enough for them to stop totalitarian nations and peaceful alien mobsters from going to war or smooth alien cats from stealing his girlfriend. Infinity Squad is a skilled group of soldiers built for a tough job. Just not this one.