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What Price Honour: Merkiaari Wars 2 - Mark E. Cooper

What Price Honour: Merkiaari Wars 2

By Mark E. Cooper

  • Release Date: 2007-09-01
  • Genre: Science Fiction

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Under attack, she'll stop at nothing to keep her crew alive.

Nanotechnology was all that sustained humanity in their brutal war against the Merkiaari. The consequence was the creation of vipers, a regiment of cyborg super soldiers tasked with protecting the Alliance. When Gunnary Sergeant Gina Fuentez finds one of the fabled viper cyborgs in a terrorist camp during a mission, her squad comes under attack.

Two members of her squad are dead, and she'll face the same fate if she can't escape the ensuing firefight.

What Price Honour is the second book in Mark E. Cooper's Merkiaari Wars, a military sci-fi space opera. If you like Tom Clancy, Stephen King, and James Michener, then you'll love a series that combines all of their best traits in a fast-paced, captivating, intergalactic adventure.

Buy this book to continue the epic series today!

Reading Order:
1. Hard Duty
2. What Price Honour
3. Operation Oracle
4. Operation Breakout
5. Incursion

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