Iron Dogs (Fire and Rust Book 1)

July 14, 2019 - Comment

High-stakes combat in a pitiless universe. Humanity is within months of losing an interstellar war to a species of aliens known as Fangrin. Giving up isn’t an option. Victory doesn’t seem like an option either. When assault craft pilot Commander Jake Griffin is sent out with the Eternity carrier group to hunt down and destroy

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High-stakes combat in a pitiless universe.

Humanity is within months of losing an interstellar war to a species of aliens known as Fangrin. Giving up isn’t an option. Victory doesn’t seem like an option either.

When assault craft pilot Commander Jake Griffin is sent out with the Eternity carrier group to hunt down and destroy enemy facilities, he has no idea what’s coming to him. The planet Graxol-4 out in the middle of nowhere hides a critical enemy base with vital resources just waiting to be stolen.

The only problem is, it’s guarded by a war fleet and surface troops, while the planet itself is toxic and gripped by constant storms.

The coming fight will be relentless. It will test Griffin’s combat skills to the limit against a vastly superior foe. In a way, he’s got it easy – the troops on the ground will have to beat the Fangrin in the most challenging circumstances imaginable.

That job falls to Lieutenant Tanner Conway, a man who just wants to go home to his family.

Victory on Graxol-4 may not win the war, but it will buy time for humanity to regroup, toughen up and come back harder.

However, a third – unknown – player has an interest in this game and their involvement will turn everything on its head.

Iron Dogs is a sci-fi action adventure in which human bravery and technology come up against the might of an alien war machine in the harshest of environments.

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