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Decimation

Daniel Webster

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The year is 2117, Global super powers are vying for superiority and everything is privatised, from Governments to Warfare. Politicians are openly sponsored like sports stars, whilst sports stars and soldiers are grown in a lab. It is an era of geneMoreThe year is 2117, Global super powers are vying for superiority and everything is privatised, from Governments to Warfare. Politicians are openly sponsored like sports stars, whilst sports stars and soldiers are grown in a lab. It is an era of gene splicing and neural interfacing with 90% of the Earth’s remaining population hooked into the CLOUD, downloading data directly into their cerebral cortex.Earth’s natural Human population is dwindling, the result of wars, famine and viral outbreaks, with colonisation programmes under underway for the Moon and Mars, and the planet’s population is now under threat to be reduced even further…Tyr, a genetically engineered mercenary, is drawn into a web of lies and deceit when a beautiful thief from his past is kidnapped by Erik Van Gar, a wealthy businessman with a plan to seize control of the Continental United States. Van Gar forces Tyr to act as his own private assassin. The former soldier’s mission: to track down and kill 10 ‘targets’, people who can implicate Van Gar, before he triggers a series of events that will result in the nuclear Decimation of America’s East Coast.Death is a job Tyr is well equipped for, both physically and morally. Using every asset at his disposal and with a passion for brutality he is unleashed careering across the globe in The Reaper, his orbital drop-ship, leaving a swathe of destruction and violence in his path, to save the life of the only woman he’s ever cared for and, potentially, the millions of American lives that now hang in the balance.(DECIMATION is an adult science fiction action novel set in the not to distant future with dark humour interlaced with darker violence, reader discretion is advised.)