Forged in Blood, Paperback Book

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WARRIORS AND SOLDIERS TIED TOGETHER THROUGHOUT TIME AND SPACEFrom the distant past to the far future, those who carry the sword rack up commendations for bravery.

They are men and women who, like the swords they carry, have been forged in blood.

These are their stories. In medieval Japan, a surly ronin is called upon to defend a village against a thieving tax collector who soon finds out it's not wise to anger an old, tired man.

In the ugliest fighting in the Pacific Theater, an American sergeant and a Japanese lieutenant must face each other, and themselves.

A former US Marine chooses sides with outnumbered Indonesian refugees against an invading army from Java.

When her lover is stolen by death, a sergeant fighting on a far-flung world vows vengeance that will become legendary. And, when a planet fragments in violent chaos, seven Freeholders volunteer to help protect another nation's embassy against a raging horde. Featuring all-new stories by Michael Z. Williamson, Larry Correia, Tom Kratman, Tony Daniel, Michael Massa, Peter Grant, John F.

Holmes, and many more. Contributors:Zachary HillLarry CorreiaMichael MassaJohn F.

HolmesRob ReedDale FlowersTom KratmanLeo ChampionPeter GrantChristopher L.

SmithJason CordovaTony DanielKacey EzellMichael Z. WilliamsonPraise for Forged in Blood:"The anthology celebrates soldiers and their tools. . . . Most of all, it celebrates warriors and the stuff that makes them so-the mettle more than the metal."-TangentAbout Michael Z.

Williamson:"A fast-paced, compulsive read . . . will appeal to fans of John Ringo, David Drake, Lois McMaster Bujold, and David Weber."-Kliatt"Williamson's military expertise is impressive."-SF ReviewsNovels of Michael Z.

Williamson's Freehold Universe:Freehold seriesFreeholdThe WeaponThe RogueContact with ChaosAngeleyesFreehold: Forged in BloodRipple Creek seriesBetter to Beg Forgiveness . . . Do Unto Others . . . When Diplomacy Fails . . . StandaloneA Long Time Until Now

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc.
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Comics and Graphic Novels
  • ISBN: 9781481483537

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