They Own the Night

The First Gomer Wars

by Michael S. Pauley



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/3/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 366
ISBN : 9781481768078
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 366
ISBN : 9781481768061
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 366
ISBN : 9781481768054

About the Book

The Aliens’ initial attacks were precise and devastating. Traversing the planet under the cover of darkness, they eliminated most of the Worlds’ leaders and crippled their militaries all in one night. The horrific assaults continued unchecked as the thousands of alien craft circled the globe like locust, killing anyone in their path. For those who saw their methods and survived, it was clear that the invaders wanted to do one thing, remove all human life from the planet. Our only recourse was to rely on the Continuity of Government plan, and the people with the background to try and maintain a working government. The surviving leadership would do all they could to try and put things back together and to preserve what they could, but would preservation be enough? After a harrowing escape from the initial Alien attack, with his wife and only a part of his family, it was a different world for Lieutenant General, Michael Patrick, United States Army Reserve. No longer would he be just a small town lawyer, or a tired washed-up former special operator and relic of the Cold War. Now it would fall to General Patrick to piece together the military forces that would stop the onslaught. Together with other old soldiers and the survivors of the various armies and navies from around the globe, they would pull themselves together as a fighting force. Their one thought, their one mission, was not just to preserve life, but to take back the night.

About the Author

Michael S. Pauley is a Navy brat and an old soldier who served in all three components of the United States Army. Living in Lexington, South Carolina, Michael is now a practicing attorney and member of the United States Naval Institute and the American Legion, Post 154, Tybee Island, Georgia.