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The Last Marine

really liked it 4.00  ·  Rating details ·  18 ratings  ·  2 reviews
When Dax Wyldd, captain of the cargo vessel Fortune's Luck received a distress beacon from a Navy frigate, he knew things would get bad. He didn't expect a slaughtered Navy crew and a xenomorph monster. Rescuing the lone survivor, Marine Sergeant C.J. Ivers, Dax became inexorably drawn into a rescue attempt of the civilian research team at Station K124 on the moon Loki, wh ...more
Kindle Edition, 202 pages
Published April 27th 2017 by Severed Press
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David P. Duffy
Jun 15, 2017 rated it it was ok
Amateurish Pulp Style SciFi With Creepy Writing

"The Last Marine," authored by Mr. J.E. Gurley, is an amateurish, pulp style SciFi story, that has an apparent unintentional creepiness in its adolescent writing.

The story is in a future, where humanity is out among the stars, traveling via "Skip" FTL technology. An aging civilian freighter, with a small crew, enroute to a cargo drop at a small, alien archeological dig, receives a distress beacon transmission, from a "United Nations Navy (sic)" frig
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John R. Dailey Jr.
Apr 23, 2018 rated it really liked it
A MONSTER TALE WITH A LOT OF BITE IT IS....

Hello, this is a really good story. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Mr. Gurley came up with a great idea for a story. I do wish, however, that these stories could be given full length novels. They surely deserve it. Thanks.
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