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Halo: Fall of Reach Boot Camp by Brian Reed
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Halo: Fall of Reach Boot Camp

by Brian Reed

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 078515146X, Hardcover)

THIS IS WHERE IT ALL BEGAN... Before he was Master Chief, he was John - a boy stolen from his parents and conscripted into the SPARTAN II program on the fortress world of Reach. These are desperate times in the human colonies, with galactic civil war just a heartbeat away...and only Dr. Catherine Halsey understands the terrible price humanity must pay to keep from destroying itself. Brian Reed (Spider-Man: American Son), and Felix Ruiz (MARVEL BOY: The Uranian) bring you an adaptation of the best-selling novel HALO: FALL OF REACH by Eric Nylund.

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Six-year-old John is taken away from his family and sent, along with seventy-four other children, to the planet Reach, where they are trained in the SPARTAN-II program to be supersoldiers loyal to the United Nations Space Command.

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