The Galaxy is a Dumpster Fire
A hot, stinking, dumpster fire. And most days I don't know if the legionnaires are putting out the flames, or fanning them into an inferno.
A hostile force ambushes Victory Company during a reconnaissance-in-force deep inside enemy territory. Stranded behind enemy lines, a sergeant must lead a band of survivors against merciless insurgents on a deadly alien world somewhere along the galaxy's edge. With no room for error, the Republic's elite fighting force must struggle to survive under siege while waiting on a rescue that might never come.
When you think you've surrounded the Legion... you've just made your last mistake.
JASON ANSPACH (1979- ) is an American author known for pulse-pounding military science fiction and then, for a change of pace, quirky, communist-punching, detective stories set in the 1950s.
Together with his wife, their seven (not a typo) children, and a border collie named Charlotte, Jason resides in a hundred year old Craftsman home in Puyallup, Washington. He remains undefeated at arm wrestling against his entire family.