|From Mysterious Galaxy, San Diego|
SEAL Team Six meets Stephen King in Weston Ochse's novel about an elite group of soldiers who protect the U.S. from supernatural threats
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Excerpt from New York Times: “No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission That Killed Osama bin Laden,” written by a pseudonymous member of that Navy SEAL team mission, has stirred up unintended controversies over its author’s right to disclose the details of the operation; his identity; and any perceived political motives behind its publication. Meanwhile, a fictional counterpoint to that book is deliberately trying to catch hell." (Click link for the entire article, which appeared in the September 1, 2012 print edition)
Excerpt from The Atlantic: "Books about Navy SEALs are selling like crazy, which makes sense, consider how much real-life SEALs have been in the news of late. But some of the titles are just using the special operations point as a jump off point for horror novels, like the terrifically titled Seal Team 666." (Click link for entire article)
Kirkus Review: "Ochse brings both a lively gallows humor to the story and just the right amount of conviction."
Publishers Weekly Review: "Ochse’s background in military intelligence packs this hybrid of military SF and horror (already optioned by MGM) with insider detail and verisimilitude."