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U.N.E. Book Two: Precipice (ON HOLD)

U.N.E. Book Two: Precipice (ON HOLD)

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Tyler By Captius Updated Oct 06, 2014

Book two starts five months after the end of the first one; with Alexander struggling to return to his squadron, and Angela fighting to survive on the front lines without his amazing skills or powerful presence.

With the affects of the Eden program plaguing his every living moment, a broken and battered Alexander finds that in order to return to his friends and fight against the alien abominations that have stolen nearly everything from him, he must first survive the most intense and gruelling training the American Military has to offer. He must make it through Marine Corps Boot Camp, a training program designed to destroy young men and women, and then build them back up into one of the most elite fighting forces in the world. His second in command, Angela, however, finds herself stuck out on the front lines with the other members of the squadron as she is now forced to somehow take his place as the Squadron Commander of a tired, and depressed outfit that is down two members. Yet, with the U.N.E. threat pushing against NATO forces and threatening to invade Germany, she and her friends must fight on and give Alexander time to return.

AriffinZainal AriffinZainal Jul 19, 2015
the world almost destroy by an alien and they only focus on the kiss?
TrevorWoodward TrevorWoodward Apr 21, 2015
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TrevorWoodward TrevorWoodward Apr 21, 2015
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rahulsingha8 rahulsingha8 Jan 26, 2015
I found the 2nd part at last...nice job man...the frst book was awesome..
Lazarus- Lazarus- Jan 11, 2015
Ah well, high ranking military personel are closer to politics than what they are supposed to do.
Megzar Megzar Dec 21, 2014
Wait I'm confused, did she not just say they'd only done six missions in five months??