Synopses & Reviews
Myke Cole continues to blow the military fantasy genre wide open with an all-new epic adventure in his highly acclaimed Shadow Ops universeset in the early days of the Great Reawakening, when magic first returns to the world and order begins to unravel
US Navy SEAL Jim Schweitzer is a consummate professional, a fierce warrior, and a hard man to kill. But when he sees something he was never meant to see on a covert mission gone bad, he finds himselfand his familyin the crosshairs. Nothing means more to Jim than protecting his loved ones, but when the enemy brings the battle to his front door, he is overwhelmed and taken down.
That should be the end of the story. But Jim is raised from the dead by a sorcerer and recruited by a top secret unit dabbling in the occult, known only as the Gemini Cell. With powers he doesnt understand, Jim is called back to dutyas the ultimate warrior. As he wrestles with a literal inner demon, Jim realizes his new superiors are determined to use him for their own ends and keep him in the darkespecially about the fates of his wife and son
Praise for Gemini Cell:
"Intense and explosive--Cole tells a hell of a story."--Mark Lawrence, author of King of Thrones
"Character-rich and action-driven--a Molotov cocktail of human weaknesses and superhuman abilities."--Robin Hobb, author of Fool's Assassin
Praise for Shadow Ops: Breach Zone:
"Cole's managed to cover a hero's journey story, a quest story, and now a running battle interspersed with a romance. It works spectacularly."--io9
"A tense and action-packed ride...full of desperate, back-against-the-wall combat scenes."--Tor.com
About the Author
Myke Cole is the author of the Shadow Ops series, including Breach Zone, Fortress Frontier, and Control Point. As a security contractor, government civilian, and military officer, Coles career has run the gamut from counterterrorism to cyber warfare to federal law enforcement. Hes done three tours in Iraq and was recalled to serve during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. All that conflict can wear a guy out. Thank goodness for fantasy novels, comic books, late-night games of Dungeons and Dragons, and lots of angst-fueled writing.