God's Children

God's Children

Book - 2000
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Baker & Taylor
Assigned to peace-keeping duties in a troubled and violent Eastern European country, two young officers and the soldiers of the Third Platoon, Company C, struggle to keep the peace in a world that is disintegrating around them.

McMillan Palgrave
It is from the Biblical saying the Harold Coyle has taken the title of his new novel, God's Children. Yet peacekeeping is not child's play. A tale of high-tech warfare set in near-future Solvakia, God's Children is the story of the 3rd Platoon, Company, 2nd Battalion of the 13th Infantry, and two young officers who try to keep a peace that is falling apart before their very eyes.

Simultaneously an action-filled adventure and a study of contemporary issues facing today's soldier, this novel displays Coyle's vast knowledge of military affairs through thrilling yet realistic scenes. Proving once again that Coyle is a master of military fiction, God's Children is as timeless as war itself.


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Assigned to peace-keeping duties in a troubled and violent Eastern European country, two young officers and the soldiers of the Third Platoon, Company C, struggle to keep the peace in a world that is disintegrating around them. Reprint.

Publisher: Forge, 2000
ISBN: 9780812575385
0812575385
Characteristics: 408 ; cm

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