The Red-Blue War by Robert Werts

The Red-Blue War

byRobert Werts

Kobo ebook | July 15, 2013

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The Red-Blue War has three parts. First, Scream Feast is a compilation of news stories, magazine articles, police interrogation notes, court transcripts, combat vignettes, diary entries, and poetry.  Each illustrates the butchery taking place across America. Next, No Man. No Problem is a tale of treachery, revenge, and survival. Its protagonist, Comrade Lieutenant Juan Martín, abandons his platoon during a Mormon guerrilla ambush and must pay the price for his dereliction of duty. However, he elects to survive by any means possible; the consequences of which produce an unfortunate result for his entire company. Finally, The Livormortis Womb describes the experiences of Leon Kotar, a methamphetamine addict forced to smuggle drugs across the US/Canadian border in order to pay a debt he owes to a dangerous gangster. Regrettably, he is detained by Amerian border police on the very day Marine General Shpitoli throws his coup détat. It is the first day of the Red-Blue War. He survives through pure audacity. Determined to see another day, he breaks one of human civilization’s greatest taboos.

Title:The Red-Blue WarFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 15, 2013Publisher:Rob von UrikonLanguage:English

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