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Eamon Tauk was literally born into the Space Corps. They spent two decades forging him into a Marine. Training him to be a killer. Twisting him into a fanatic. Once they tried to turn him into a hero for his gravest failure, however, Tauk began to question every sacred tenet the Citadel drilled into him.
After being deployed to secure the lost colony of Narman’s Pyke, the young cadet tries to repress his crisis of faith long enough to complete his mission. Then he crash-lands on Kanaris, a miserably wet planet where human beings are not at the top of the food chain.
When his battalion is denied rescue and forced to march hundreds of kilometers through deadly rainforest for no other reason than to save the reputation of a highborn coward, Tauk begins to understand the dynamics that have the Kyperion League teetering on the brink of civil war.
And in an environment so hostile that even the trees seem hellbent on killing them, he discovers that the deadliest threats facing the Marines on Kanaris are not the alien creatures preying upon them.
It is themselves.
Reading like a cross between the movies “Aliens” and “Platoon,” Narman’s Pyke is the opening salvo of the new epic sci-fi space opera from the author of the Tequila Vikings series, J.E. Park.
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Kanaris is a hot, wet planet teeming with inhospitable jungles where human beings are not at the top of the food chain. To survive the long trek to the lost colony of Narman’s Pyke, PFC Mazada Duum knew he had to keep up with the battalion, where the Marines had strength in numbers. And under no circumstances should he ever leave the trail and enter the rainforest.
When one of Kanaris’s many calamities forces the Marines off the path and spreads them out across a vast swath of alien bush, every leatherneck will spend the night facing a primitive terror that even their cruelest nightmares could not conjure up. Mazada Duum’s small squad, on the other hand, will face the motherlode.
For it was they who stumbled across The Nest.