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The Gamester Wars: The Complete Trilogy (edition 1995)

by William R. Forstchen (Author)

Series: Gamester Wars (omnibus 1-3)

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ALEXANDER THE GREAT. NAPOLEON. THE 47 RONIN. LONG DEAD, BUT THE FUTURE STILL RIDES ON THEIR SUCCESSES AT WAR! First there was war, then there were wargames, growing more and more realistic until the games themselves surpassed war as mankind's most popular sport. But with no blood, guts, or glory, boredom began to set in and strategy lost its edge. Something was needed to bring fresh excitement to an old, old game. And so the past was mined for the greatest warriors and generals history had to offer: Napoleon, Alexander, the forty-seven Ronin, assassins from ancient Persia--all brilliant at either combat or at tactics and strategy. It was just a game--until mock war turned real on an unimaginable scale, and only those legendary warriors could turn the tide... THE GAMESTER WARS: The Alexandrian Ring The Assassin Gambit The Napoleon Wager by William R. Forstchen, coauthor with Newt Gingrich of 1945… (more)
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Title:The Gamester Wars: The Complete Trilogy
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Info:Del Rey (1995), Edition: Reprint, 792 pages
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ALEXANDER THE GREAT. NAPOLEON. THE 47 RONIN. LONG DEAD, BUT THE FUTURE STILL RIDES ON THEIR SUCCESSES AT WAR! First there was war, then there were wargames, growing more and more realistic until the games themselves surpassed war as mankind's most popular sport. But with no blood, guts, or glory, boredom began to set in and strategy lost its edge. Something was needed to bring fresh excitement to an old, old game. And so the past was mined for the greatest warriors and generals history had to offer: Napoleon, Alexander, the forty-seven Ronin, assassins from ancient Persia--all brilliant at either combat or at tactics and strategy. It was just a game--until mock war turned real on an unimaginable scale, and only those legendary warriors could turn the tide... THE GAMESTER WARS: The Alexandrian Ring The Assassin Gambit The Napoleon Wager by William R. Forstchen, coauthor with Newt Gingrich of 1945

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