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Star Soldier Episode Three - Star Soldier #3

Odette C. Bell

Publisher: Odette C. Bell

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Summary

Ami is thrust into the final battle for her planet.  
Central Command is in ruins, and there’s only one force that can help her now – the resistance. When they take her back to their home compound, she realizes the war she’s fought blood and tooth for has been a lie. There’s always been a way to end the battle with the rift monsters – and that way is her.

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