Deathmatch is now a number-one best seller in postapocalyptic science fiction, number one in dystopian science fiction, number one in military science fiction, and number one in war fiction.
Humanity's most fearsome enemy is no longer death.
Alpha and Marsoc meet their match
Lurking in the bush is the dark shadow cast by the operators - a terrifying force every bit their equal in skill, ferocity, and sheer resolve...but utterly unconstrained by humanity, compassion, or brotherhood. Now, to complete their mission and save the world, the operators will have to pay with their lives, or their souls, or possibly both.
One troop descends into hell
Rolling the dice on a last-ditch plan to save London by retrieving the Kazakh's zombie-annihilating virus, Jameson leads his last best men into the dragon's den - an underground bunker home to the savage and hyperskilled Spetsnaz Alfa group. Getting out alive is a million-to-one shot - and then their real problems begin.
The Kennedy is burning
The world's deadliest maritime commando force were made homeless when their battlecruiser went to the bottom of the Atlantic. Now they're looking for payback - and a replacement nuclear-powered warship. But not only is the whole JFK in play - so is Dr. Park, his vaccine design, and thus the fate of the entire world.
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How many times.... really!
- Leon Midgley
Wtf is up with Spetsnaz
Lots of nice characters
The Speznas was waaaay too lucky and skilled during most of the story, it felt so unrealistic when they started shooting down everything the kennedy sent at them it started feeling like a childs/fanboys plot.
RC is the man, and allways will be.
Spetssnaz the invincible force of insane unstoppable ferocity of godlike perfection.