London, United Kingdom, April 26, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Join a group of retired Special Forces veterans as they take on a sinister government conspiracy to ensure that Great Britain remains free. Confronted by brainwashed policemen, a psychotic detective and an evil mastermind named Margaret Thatcher (no relation,) these Silver Soldiers must do everything in their power to save the country they love.
Aspiring independent author Dave Eastman has released his second novel, Silver Soldiers, a science fiction thriller set in a dystopian near future Great Britain. Following the success of his debut novel in 2015, Realmborn, which was well received both on the Amazon marketplace and on Goodreads.com, Silver Soldiers aspires to be an enjoyable read for all.
Reviewers have so far said, “Silver Soldiers is a cracking read and extremely good fun…action, humour, suspense, anguish, and an incredibly enjoyable ensemble of characters” and “A thrilling and fast paced novel that I did not want to put down!”
Silver Soldiers tells the story of Campbell Ellis, a retired Special Forces veteran, who finds himself thrust into the battles against a mind-control conspiracy being led by the head of the National Police Service. Campbell’s grandson has unwittingly joined the fight and Campbell must recruit his former comrades to help keep the young man alive.
Now available on Amazon Silver Soldiers is described by its author as “nothing that will change your life or make you a better person or reveal the mysteries of the universe to you, but it will keep you very entertained for a few hours.”
Eastman, a resident of the Isle of Wight, features the island in this novel, as well as the city that is his first love, London. A former conference and events manager, he now devotes his time to writing (his third novel, a science fiction action film in book format, is due out soon), raising his two sons and playing his guitar for anyone who will listen.
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