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The Lizard War (The Higuchian series #1)

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One thousand years after World War III, Earth is pinned beneath the power of lizard-like aliens. The Lizard War is the story of one band of dedicated warriors who transform their understanding of the martial and spiritual arts--an understanding far greater than our own--into a weapon potent enough to match lasers and paralysis beams!
Paperback, 320 pages
Published November 1st 2003 by Baen Books (first published December 1st 1989)
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Scott Holstad
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It’s 1,000 years after World War III, where the armies of the world have basically destroyed the planet and most people on it, presumably by nuking everything. God, yes the real, living god, was so pissed, that he almost listened to those in Heaven calling for a Final Judgment. Yet, some humans were pleading with God, saying they were repenting, what had happened was just. So, God, in his infinite mercy, decided to give Earth and its humans a second, albeit, small chance. He created a new type o ...more
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This is a first-person narrative of a post-apocalyptic world. The story itself is a bit weak, but it is well written and held my interest.
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Shelves: science-fiction
Decent military science fiction.
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John Dalmas -pseudonym for John Robert Jones- grew up in Minnesota and Michigan and now resides in Spokane, Washington. He was a parachute infantryman in WWII and was discharged in 1946 without ever being put seriously in harm's way. He has worked as a longshoreman, merchant seaman, logger, construction worker, and smokejumper. He attended Michigan State, majoring in forestry, but also taking crea ...more
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