At long last, The Rock of Battle, the explosive conclusion to The Lost, is available on audio.

The sorcerous rebellion within the Kingdom of Cor Legear was only the beginning. Now half a million men and monsters are on their way to invade the kingdom in the name of the Empire.

All that stands in the way is the fortress of Cor Chatha.

The Rock of Battle.

Conor and his fellow Recon Marines have ridden ahead to scout the enemy and try to disrupt the advance. A recon platoon can only do so much against such an army, however.

And the army is the least of their concerns.

Monsters, sorcery, and ancient evils descend on the Rock, as the Marines and their allies prepare to make what might be their last stand.

The Rock of Battle is now on audiobook narrated by Mark Boyett. Also available in eBook and paperback formats.


Couple of other matters, for those who are interested. I’m running into throttling built into my current newsletter sender, in that it’s only sending to about a third of the list, to “help” me with “sender reputation.” Working on figuring out either a workaround or another service to use. I’ll be sending a newsletter out shortly, but I can’t guarantee that everyone who’s signed up will see it.

Similarly, since I did the hardcover for Gray War through Ingram Spark, Amazon won’t actually carry it; the only way to get it through Amazon is through a third-party seller, which means it’s $9-11 dollars more expensive than it should be. It’s available on Barnes & Noble, or, if you really want one, you can order a signed copy directly from me.

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Peter Nealen

Peter Nealen is a former Reconnaissance Marine and veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan. He deployed to Iraq in 2005-2006, and again in 2007, with 1st Platoon, Bravo Company, 1st Recon Bn. After two years of schools and workups, including Scout/Sniper Basic and Team Leader's Courses, he deployed to Afghanistan with 4th Platoon, Force Reconnaissance Company, I MEF. Since he got out, he's been writing, authoring many articles and 24 books, mostly Action/Adventure and Military Thrillers, with some excursions into Paranormal Fantasy and Science Fiction.

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