The ship comes from nowhere. Unidentified. Inhuman. Unstoppable. Or is it?
The enemy is everywhere.
Our existence hangs by a thread.
On Earth we’re dying - the ships have landed.
On Proxima we’re ignorant - the sabotage nearly complete.
Our strongholds are routed.
Our defenses crippled.
Our wills are broken.
Our hope is gone...
… or is it?
One desperate chance for victory.
The Deliverance isn’t alone.
That’s not a surprise. The planet was chosen for a reason.
But the situation is more dire than Caleb ever imagined. The enemy he’s encountered isn’t the enemy he was seeking, and the conflict is expanding in ways he can barely conceive.
Taken prisoner by an opponent both familiar and foreign, he’ll have to prove himself one more time....
Or watch everything he’s fought so hard to protect be destroyed.
If you love Aliens, Battlestar Galactica, Starship Troopers, Ender's Game, or Edge of Tomorrow, you'll love this epic military sci-fi thriller.
The enemy is coming.
The enemy is already here.
For years they’ve prepared.
For years they’ve waited to strike.
… and below.
Earth is under siege.
The enemy covers the landscape.
Proxima is unharmed.
But that’s about to change.
No armies can stop this menace.
No defenses can slow the advance.
We are scattered and isolated.
We are ignorant and weak.
No help is coming.
No help remains..
...or does it?
Old heroes will sacrifice everything.
New heroes will rise.
I screwed up.
I use a software tool called Vellum to build my manuscripts into finished books (both e-book and print). It’s an awesome tool, and it does a great job.
But it isn’t immune from human error, and neither am I.
When I published Invasion, I accidentally ended up with a duplicate of one of the chapters, instead of two individual chapters. So, a chapter is missing. It’s short and not critical to the story, but it is a little jarring to go from one scene to the next - and it should have been in there.
If you bought the book between 6/25 and 6/27 you probably have the book with the error. It was corrected as soon as I was alerted to the problem, and any downloads from mid-day 6/27 on won’t have it.
You can try deleting the book and re-downloading from your kindle app. This has worked for some and not for others. If you want to read the missing chapter, you can get it here:
I’m very, very sorry for the inconvenience. I feel terrible about it because I work really hard to put together a great read every time, and I know the error takes away from that.