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Stone Soldiers: Elemental Warfare by C.E.…

Stone Soldiers: Elemental Warfare

by C.E. Martin

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When the forces of darkness threaten mankind with extermination, a different kind of soldier is needed. A soldier who doesn't need to eat, sleep or breathe. A soldier made of living stone, as unbreakable as the foundations of the earth itself. The Stone Soldiers are seasoned warriors petrified by the darkest of magics for the greater good. Modern day supersoldiers ready to hold back the darkness and defend the weak. This collection of five short stories reveals the origins of America's mightiest warriors, from the creation of the first man of stone in the 1960s all the way to the first four man squad of stone in the early 21st Century.

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