The Icarus Corps

Author: Zachary Brown
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1534402357
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Omnibus of three previous published novels: The Darkside War, A 2015, Titan's Fall, A 2016, and, Jupiter Rising, A 2017.

Titan S Fall

Author: Zachary Brown
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481430408
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In book two of the fast-paced Icarus Corps series, the Colonial Protection Forces wages war on the Conglomeration making a stand on Titan—and this battle may be the final one. The rapacious alien forces have taken their war to our solar system. Now that the human and PAC forces won a decisive battle on the moon, they need to try to head off the coming armada before their overpowering strength is amassed and The Icarus Corps is once again on the front line. But are they there just for fodder? And what exactly are they fighting for: Continued subjugation within the PAC or Earth first? Book two in The Icarus Corps, Titan’s Fall continues the team’s adventures as they wards off a fierce race of alien conquerors as they fight for humanity’s place at the vanguard of of this galactic war.

Jupiter Rising

Author: Zachary Brown
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481430424
Size: 45.99 MB
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In this third volume of the trilogy, The Darkside Corps battle the Conglomeration at Jupiter against all odds as humanity takes the war on its back. Nebula and World Fantasy Award–nominated author Zachary Brown created what Locus magazine raves as “good old fashioned military science fiction” in the Icarus Corps trilogy. The always outgunned and under-equipped human soldiers known as the Colonial Protection Forces battle across the moon and the alien desert landscapes of Titan all to make one desperate attack at Jupiter to hold the invading Conglomeration forces at bay, only to have a greater threat revealed as we find out why the Conglomeration—Accordance War has been raging across the galaxy.

This Day In U S Military History

Author: Paul Brandus
Publisher: Bernan Press
ISBN: 1641433868
Size: 49.16 MB
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For librarians, military history buffs, journalists, speakers, and more, a day-by-day accounting of the most important events, people, and philosophies of U.S. military history. From the author of This Day in Presidential History (Bernan Press, 2017), journalist and White House correspondent Paul Brandus. For each of the 366 days of the year, readers will discover landmark battles, key strategies, dramatic anecdotes, legendary leaders, compelling quotes ("War is hell."), founding anniversaries and more. * Features a quotation for each day of the year. * Illustrated with 50 historic images. * From the French and Indian Wars to today's conflicts in the Middle East and against terrorism.

Planetary Satellites

Author: Joseph A. Burns
Size: 67.53 MB
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In this important source book on natural satellites, thirty-four distinguished contributors from various fields of satellite astronomy offer a thorough examination of Orbits and Dynamical Evolution.