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World at War: Revelation 

World at War: Revelation has been released for the Amazon Kindle. For those of you not familiar, the Kindle store has engendered an explosion of independent authors, allowing readers an heretofore ​unimagined ease of access to our books. If you own a Kindle, or a table/PC with the Kindle App, you are just a click or two away from reading Revelation. And that reading will only cost $2.99.  So what the hell is Revelation, you ask?  Let's see what the back cover says.


It’s the summer of 1985. Sergeant Matt Dahl is a tanker, dedicated to his crew and country, Mike Hudson is a private dedicated only to himself, and Colonel Michael Balakirev is a Russian paratrooper, dedicated to holding the Tanenhause Bridge. These men are among the hundreds of thousands embroiled in the Third World War, embroiled in NATO’s struggle to stall the Soviet advance through West Germany. 

​Yet the unparalleled devastation wrought by the war has done more than slaughter untold thousands of soldiers, sailors, airmen, and civilians. The destruction has torn the fabric of our reality and beckoned things, dark things, things that feed on blood and fear, into the lives of these combatants. World at War: Revelation tells of more than the crack of tank cannon, or the burp of an M-16’s three-round burst. Inside is also the howl of a Lycan, the speed of an attacking vampire, and the dark evil of an ancient demon. Thousands of men, women, and machines battle across Germany. Can the Soviet horde be stopped? Can the evil that war has unleashed be contained? Based on the award-winning ¬World at War board game, Revelation is the first in the World at War trilogy of novels, and a groundbreaking blend of gritty, military realism and suspenseful paranormal events. Available at the Amazon Kindle store.