(A collection of books 4, 5 and 6 in the Stone Soldiers series.) SHADES OF WAR When a shadowy figure begins raising a spectral army from Civil War battlefields, it's up to America's supersoldiers to stop an enemy that is already dead. BLACK KNIGHT DOWN A prehistoric, artificial satellite of unknown origin comes crashing to earth, brought down by a coven of witches intent o(A collection of books 4, 5 and 6 in the Stone Soldiers series.) SHADES OF WAR When a shadowy figure begins raising a spectral army from Civil War battlefields, it's up to America's supersoldiers to stop an enemy that is already dead. BLACK KNIGHT DOWN A prehistoric, artificial satellite of unknown origin comes crashing to earth, brought down by a coven of witches intent on unleashing its secrets. Can the stone soldiers stop the witches in time, or will they face an older and deadlier threat than ever before? ARMAGEDDON Z It's the end of the world as the dead rise up to attack the living. For one young psychic, the horrible apocalypse keeps happening over and over, no matter how many times he dies. Can he warn the Stone Soldiers in time to prevent the awful future he is trapped repeating, or is this truly the end?Defeated, but not killed, the last shapeshifter flees to Mexico, posing as the Mayan god Kukulcan to gather worshipers and sacrifices. Colonel Kenslir and his new team must head south and stop the last shapeshifter once and for all, before it amasses enough power to become unstoppable....
|Title||:||Stone Soldiers: Omnibus #2|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||502 Pages|
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Stone Soldiers: Omnibus #2 Reviews
One thing that really bothers me about the series is how Kenslir is referred to as Josie's grandfather when he had s actually the man Josie's dad was cloned from. So he's not really a grandfather, closer to an uncle like a twin of her father....Book 4: Shades of War If rated separately, I'd give this one a solid 4. The story of Colonel Mark Kenslir continues. This time he faces an old enemy, one he thought he'd finished off years ago. No such luck. The story was yet another page-turner. A few new characters are added and we see less of some from previous books so it averages out.Book 5: Black Knight Down If rated separately I would give this book a 4. The saga continues with a bunch of new adversaries and a couple of new allies thrown into the mix. Mark Kenslir and company stay busy kicking butt and having their butts kicked. We lose a character that I particularly enjoyed at the end of the story but I'm not convinced it's permanent. The next book should answer that question.Book 6: Armageddon Z If I were evaluating this story separately, I would give it a 3.5. It was a good story but I had been expecting it to more or less resume where the last book ended. It didn't and that bothers me. I wanted some kind of resolution. We do get a new character, Kenji, who has the unique ability to dream/live alternate timelines and return to a point in the past before everything goes to hell in a hand basket, then branch off into another future path where he can avoid the pitfalls he had seen previously. This is a wonderful idea and I wish I had this ability!