Beneath the Mask

Beneath the Mask There is just a thin veneer of civilization that masks the savagery that lies within us all Sergeant Alexander Cray built his life around a code that set limits to what he would and would not do This

  • Title: Beneath the Mask
  • Author: Stephen A. North
  • ISBN: 9781425925888
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • There is just a thin veneer of civilization that masks the savagery that lies within us all Sergeant Alexander Cray built his life around a code that set limits to what he would and would not do This code provided a framework that gave value to a promise or meaning to a commitment Of course, sometimes people don t hold up their end of the deal or something else intervThere is just a thin veneer of civilization that masks the savagery that lies within us all Sergeant Alexander Cray built his life around a code that set limits to what he would and would not do This code provided a framework that gave value to a promise or meaning to a commitment Of course, sometimes people don t hold up their end of the deal or something else intervenes Sometimes forgiveness comes far too late Is MacDill Air Force Base near Tampa really just a glowing crater Rumours claim the whole earth is under siege Is it an alien invasion or terrorist attacks All that is sure is that Tampa, Florida is quarantined and Cray s Military Police unit is called up for the crisis Follow him on a patrol that begins with a deadly encounter at an interstate truck stop to a trek across a panic stricken, lawless metropolis.

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    About “Stephen A. North

    • Stephen A. North

      He is the author of six novels, one novella, and several short stories He has a BA in English Literature from the University of South Florida, and is a former Army Reservist He enjoys many genres of books such as Science Fiction Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Horror, Detective, Westerns, and even Alternative History.His favorite authors ERB Ray Bradbury C.S Forrester Bernard Cornwell Ursula Le Guin Keith Laumer Robert B Parker Robert Crais Richard Laymon Stephen King Larry Niven Roald Dahl, Wilbur Smith J.R.R Tolkien Harold Lamb George R.R Martin Michael Moorcock Brian Lumley Lee Child Willi Heinrich Heinrich Muller Paul Carell Guy Sajer Alexander Kent Douglas Reeman Richard Monaco Alan Burt Akers Robert Heinlein Roger Zelazny Frank Herbert.



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    • Sergeant Alex Cray is dealing with a viral outbreak in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. He is wearing his MOPP suit, which is the self-contained, sealed suit we always see in the movies when there is an airborne virus or infection going around. The suit is hot, uncomfortable, but he is not supposed to take it off for fear of contracting whatever virus is out there. He and his fellow soldiers are not sure what is really going on, and if this outbreak has expanded beyond the borders of Tampa, or if [...]


    • An engaging example of science-fiction. What do aliens, a mysterious mist, mass disappearances, and super-soldiers all have to do with each other? In Beneath the Mask, Sgt. Alexander Cray is as confused as the reader as the situation degenerates into violence and savagery. The book perhaps overloads the reader too much with information at the start, some of it seemingly contradictory, when it should have kept things mysterious but the main character is likable with a action movie tough-guy perso [...]


    • I think this story was originally a serialized story on some internet message board or other- not that that's a bad thing, after all, I first read Scalzi's "Old Man's War" in that format. It's interesting, but far too many chapters end with the POV character getting knocked unconscious. If you made a drinking game out of it you would probably die. It's worth a look, but it is also a warning to those who think the internet eliminates the need for good, professional editors to help authors whip th [...]


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