Prometheus and the Dragon: Atlas and the Winds Book Two
Rivenstone Press, May 30, 2016 - Fiction - 375 pages
Mankind is out of options, and time is running out.
After America’s Hammerthrow fails President Hutton launches Project Prometheus, while the Chinese continue their relentless march to test and deploy their super-warhead.
Even a partial success of either mitigation mission would leave the other unable to defend the earth. Political tension flashes as both sides race to challenge the relentless wheelwork of the universe.
With their array of advanced technologies, Colton Taylor and Stormhaven cannot avoid becoming the final peacekeepers in a shooting war between the two superpowers.
Conflicts explode on the lunar surface while all of humanity hangs on the precipice of doomsday.
Pick up Prometheus and the Dragon, to take a wild ride across an uncharted political landscape, and the unforgiving lunar wasteland.
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Prometheus and the Dragon is the second book in Eric Michael Craig's Atlas and the Winds series. Picking up nearly a year after the end of Stormhaven Rising the citizens of the earth have put their ... Read full review
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Prometheus and the Dragon: Atlas and the Winds: Book Two
Eric Michael Craig
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