Veterans of the Belron War

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This is not a joke. There’s no safety in this. The danger is real. It’s everywhere and nowhere at once. People will lie to you, and that’s okay. They’re supposed to. To protect you. 

Tommy Sampson didn’t like that train of thought, but such was the world in which he grew up. A life of endless war, from childhood to his years as an army medic. Wars fought by a corrupt government that stretched across the galaxy against a group of intergalactic cannibal terrorists that could strike at any moment. 

Some days it was hard to tell which group was worse. Some days they were the same group.

When the Belron War veterans came home, the war came with them. Tommy wasn’t so sure he could survive another round.

1 review for Veterans of the Belron War

  1. RJ

    This story started well. My hopes for another interesting tale from Derwin Lester, as I have almost come to expect. The account of Tommy Sampson did not disappoint. When the story branched off into different timelines Mr. Lester lost me for a bit. I had to go back to listen more closely. It’s a good story, interesting, and makes references to other books. It won’t be one of my favorites but we can’t be perfect can we? I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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