War of Attrition

Set in 2037, Calamity Kid and his muscle cell are targeted by the One State s Federal Bureau of Terrorism and must survive alone in Chicago s Underground At one half its usual might, the cell encounters traps and snares set by a faceless opponent and question the suspicious arrival of a bio engineered One State traitor Blamed by the media for the very violence they re trSet in 2037, Calamity Kid and his muscle cell are targeted by the One State s Federal Bureau of Terrorism and must survive alone in Chicago s Underground At one half its usual might, the cell encounters traps and snares set by a faceless opponent and question the suspicious arrival of a bio engineered One State traitor Blamed by the media for the very violence they re trying to contain, CK and his fellow saints race for their lives to avoid the high tech crosshairs aimed into the underground War of Attrition, Book Two of the UNDERGROUND, is the sequel to Frank Creed s award winning Christian sci fi cyberpunk novel, Flashpoint.
War of Attrition Set in Calamity Kid and his muscle cell are targeted by the One State s Federal Bureau of Terrorism and must survive alone in Chicago s Underground At one half its usual might the cell encounte

  • Title: War of Attrition
  • Author: Frank Creed
  • ISBN: 9781934284063
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “War of Attrition”

    1. Political and economic changes are happening like fast moving hurricanes, obliterating everything in their paths. Nothing will remain the same. It will be an unrecognizable landscape. The entire planet will have a new identity. For years the people clamored that the government should take care of them, supply their every need. Be careful what you ask for, Charlotte, because the end result may not be very pretty. Thirty eight years from now residents of the Chicago Metroplex are faced with the ho [...]

    2. Imagine, if you will, a book that reads with the swagger of Dick Tracy, but has all the bang and imagination of The Matrix. Add in a some kickin' guns, sword play, wrinkly brains of knowledge, Spirit Walking, gangers, Neros, mind-speak and God's Word and you can begin to understand why I love this book and the one prior. Frank is a master of word-play and a genius of the analogy. I found myself laughing out loud on several occasions. I call that a good time.Frank writes first person/past tense a [...]

    3. I did enjoy this book. It maintained the jargon and pace of the last one, with new and improved weapons and a new enemy, the Cabul, moving in the backdrop of the One State government. There is also the mysterious "Heartbreaker," a girl who once bested Calamity Kid in online RPG tournaments and now seems to be a worthy opponent to CK in person.I will admit that I didn't like this one as much as the last one. There was far less Christian content in this one, in the form of people discussing spirit [...]

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