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Quantum Combat

(The third book in the Thunderbird series)
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They say the darkest hour is just before dawn.

Sergeant Pace Nix is all alone, in the dark. He’s not dead, but he might as well be. Unarmed, exhausted, on the verge of debilitating dehydration; when he sees a light, he isn����t sure if it is real or imagined. He’s drawn to the light, as all humans are. And what he finds there will change everything.

NERO, the rogue AI system on Rastamus III is too big, too vast to stop. Yet, that is the task set before Sergeant Pace Nix and the survivors of The Philadelphia, after crashing on the forbidden planet. Is it truly a lost world, or can one determined, honorable, unrelenting Space Marine turn the tide?

Quantum Combat is the third and final book of the Thunderbird trilogy. All the pieces come together in an action packed, sci-fi adventure that you won’t be able to put down. With all the great characters you’ve come to love, some fantastic twists and turns you won’t see coming, Quantum Combat is the most thrilling book of the trilogy.

Quantum Combat is rated PG-13 for violence and mild language. No part of this book was composed by artificial sources.

Genre: Science Fiction

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