William Dietz returns to the world of DeathDay with EarthRise, as Alex Franklin, the puppet president in the service of the occupying Saurons, experiences a change of heart-and transforms from a collaborator into a secret agent in an underground war of resistance.
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|Grouping Author||dietz william c|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-08-14 20:02:01PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-08-19 04:43:35AM|
|author||Dietz, William C.|
|author_display||Dietz, William C|
|available_at_salida||Salida Regional Library|
|detailed_location_salida||SRL Adult Fiction Staff Retrieval|
|display_description||After the vicious, insect-like aliens called the Saurons invaded Earth and killed billions, they enslaved the survivors, forcing them to build mysterious temples under brutal conditions. In an effort to control their human slaves, the Saurons install a puppet president to keep them under control. But President Alexander Franklin and Chief of Security Jack Manning aren't about to play along. Rebellion is in the air, and the fight for freedom is spreading far and wide, from the center of activity in Washington to the distant lands of Guatemala. A diverse group of rebels, including an ex-FBI agent, a doctor inside the heart of enemy territory, and the president will have to band together with a host of other insurgents from across war-torn Earth to overcome impossible odds if they're to save what's left of humankind. With non-stop action and a remarkable cast of characters, the epic conclusion to William C. Dietz's DeathDay is a thrilling tale of adversity, rebellion, strength and humanity in a futuristic world where the survival of the many lies in the hands of the brave few.|
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|owning_library_salida||Salida Regional Library|
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Extraterrestrial beings -- Fiction
Human-alien encounters -- Fiction
Imaginary wars and battles -- Fiction
EarthRise / William C. Dietz
Earthrise [electronic resource] / William C. Dietz
Imaginary wars and battles