Purgatory's shore

Title Purgatory's shore
Names Anderson, Taylor.
Book Number DB110350
Title Status Active
Medium Digital Book
Annotation "The United States, 1847. A disparate group of young American soldiers are bound to join General Winfield Scott's campaign against Santa Anna at Veracruz during the Mexican-American War. They never arrive. Or rather . . . they arrive somewhere else. The untried, idealistic soldiers are mostly replacements, really; a handful of infantry, artillery, dragoons, and a few mounted riflemen with no unified command. And they've been shipwrecked on a terrible, different Earth full of monsters and unimaginable enemies. Major Lewis Cayce, late of the 3rd US "Flying" Artillery, must unite these men to face their fears and myriad threats, armed with little more than flintlock muskets, a few pieces of artillery, and a worldview that spiritually and culturally rebels against virtually everything they encounter. It will take extraordinary leadership and a cadre of equally extraordinary men and women to mold frightened troops into an effective force, make friends with other peoples the evil Holy Dominion would eradicate, and reshape their "manifest destiny" into a cause they can all believe in and fight for. For only together will they have any hope of survival." -- Provided by publisher. -- Unrated. Commercial audiobook.
Narrator Ochlan, P. J.
Series Anderson, Taylor. - Artillerymen series.
Series Seq 1
Local Subject Commercial Audio - COMAU
Talking Book Topics - current - TBT2
Audience Notes Male narrator - MN
Unrated - Commercial Audio - UR
LC Subject Alternative histories (fiction)
Science fiction
Mexican War, 1846-1848 - Fiction
Monsters - Fiction
Soldiers - Fiction
Fiction
Science fiction
Fiction
Language English
Released 2024
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