The intense, psychological follow-up to the military sci-fi horror novel Burning Sky.
Los Angeles: Six months later.
Back in the real world, the surviving members of the Tactical Support Team or T.S.T, are trying to adjust, but it’s not easy. Boy Scout has multiple entities hitching a ride in his mind, and at least one of them is desperate to get control. The drink and drugs help, while he tries researching online to find out something about the White, to figure out what happened, and what to do next.
Lore is doing her own considerable research about Zoroastrianism, to see if she can help figure out a way to free Boy Scout.
McQueen is hell bent on protecting them both. He’s set up a rat line can help them out. Dervishes are looking for them. They tracked down Faood and made him tell all. Now they want to take Boy Scout.
With enemies all around, the T.S.T are about to face their toughest mission yet
About the Author
Weston Ochse is an American author and educator. He has won the Bram Stoker Award for Best Fist Novel and been nominated for the Pushcart Prize for his short fiction. He is a former intelligence officer and special operations soldier.