Wind In The Ashes (Ashes, #6)
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Wind In The Ashes (Ashes #6)

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In post-World War III America, legendary soldier and freedom fighter Ben Raines orders his rebels to make one last desperate assault against the Russian invaders and the mercenary turncoat San Hartline. But until fresh troops arrive, Raines wages a one-man guerrilla war against the enemy! Reissue.
Paperback, 363 pages
Published January 1st 1998 by Pinnacle (first published January 1st 1986)
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This is the only book in the series that I have attempted to read, and I will not finish it. The theme of the series is intriguing, and on its own would be great to read. I can handle the violence, which is a cruicial part of the entire series (after all the world is at war). However, I cannot stomach the sexual violence, toward children in particular. I was put off pretty early, and thought general references might be tolerable, however the scenes do become more graphic and with details that I...more
Once again Ben Raines is thwarted in his attempts to put civilization back together by mercenary Sam Hartline and his army of Russians.

The series seems to have settled into a formula; plans to put civilization back together get put on hold because they have to go out and fight the bad guys.

Warning, strong language, violence, and sex.
I didn't know it, but there are about 18 books in this series, so far each I have read are full of fast paced action, good characters, some so mean and nasty You want to shoot them yourself.
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