The Black Cruiser fleets were running silent. Every man in every cruiser knew he was flying toward death. His own, or the death of the Veolsh was not certain. The Argans were outnumbered two to one. Their only chance was to attack the Veolsh Council's fleet where the Argan calculations made from space probes said it would be. The timing for the space ambush had to be perfect. The Argan fleets were attacking the Veolsh from three different battle coordinates. If the ambush was successful, the Argans had a chance to win. If the ambush failed, the Argans would die, and the Veolsh plan to conquer Arga and the galaxy would probably succeed. Men wrote their hopes, and plans for freedom on flimsy paper. Sometimes, freedom had to be paid for with blood. This was a time when free men and their blood had to be strong enough to protect freedom, or freedom would die. The flimsy paper was worth saving.
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I am a self taught author. I enjoy writing science fiction, Poetry, and political satire. I retired from the USAF in 1972. I also worked for a major manufacturing corporation, and retired from that in 1993. I am currently enjoying having my books published. I enjoy blogging and the interchange with the various politically aligned people, whatever their personal political alignment is. I find they all have something interesting to say. It does not upset me if they are blunt. Any old soldier can match a little blunt. I am a political conservative and I enjoy discussion with political liberals, as well as conservatives. I hope all of my readers will be entertained by reading my books, as I am when I write them.
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Book Description Marvin E. Fox, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 214 pages. 10.00x8.00x0.49 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0615735576
Book Description Marvin E. Fox, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 615735576