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6 edition of Into the fire found in the catalog.

Into the fire

a novel

by Jeffrey S. Savage

  • 366 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Covenant Communications in American Fork, UT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Businessmen -- Fiction.,
  • Mormon families -- Fiction.,
  • Business failures -- Fiction.,
  • Cancer -- Patients -- Fiction.,
  • Missing children -- Fiction.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJeffrey S. Savage.
    GenreFiction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3619.A83 I58 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination214 p. ;
    Number of Pages214
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3567836M
    ISBN 10159156042X
    LC Control Number2002067396
    OCLC/WorldCa49650039


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Into the Fire tells the full story of the chaotic battle of Ganjigal for the first time, in a compelling, human way that reveals it as a microcosm of our recent wars.

Meyer takes us from his upbringing on a farm in Kentucky, through his Marine and sniper training, onto the battlefield, and into the vexed aftermath of his harrowing exploits in a /5(1K).

Into The Fire is the fifth book in the Orphan X series by best-selling American author, Gregg Hurwitz. With perhaps the idea of having something like a normal life, Evan Smoak vows that whomever Trevon Gaines sends him, it will be his last Nowhere Man mission/5.

Into the Fire, by Gregg Hurwitz, is the fifth book in the compelling Orphan X series. The series follows Evan Smoak, who was taken from an orphanage as a young boy and raised and trained as an assassin as part of a top-secret government black ops initiative/5(37).

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Into the Fire tells the full story of the chaotic battle of Ganjigal for the first time, in a compelling, human way that reveals it as a microcosm of our recent wars.

Meyer takes us from his upbringing on a farm in Kentucky, through his Marine and sniper training, onto the battlefield, and into the vexed aftermath of his harrowing exploits in a /5(80). Into the Fire Awesome book. Great series. Love the characters. Nonstop action.

Bavarian Hillbilly, 02/24/ Into the fire Another five star enjoyable read. Have read all the nowhere books and they do not let you down. Very good story lines, believable plots, /5().

Praise for Into the Fire “[Elizabeth] Moon’s powerful female characters send the unmistakable message that whatever men try to do, these women can do much, much better.”—Publishers Weekly “Intrigue and great action scenes, along with punchy dialogue.”—SFRevuBrand: Random House Publishing Group.

“Into the Fire is a deeply compelling tale of valor and duty. Dakota Meyer will not identify as a hero, but he will, I think, accept the title warrior. Dakota’s storytelling is precise and, for a Medal of Honor recipient, touchingly humble.