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Expeditionary Force. Tom 3. Paradise

By Craig Alanson
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  • Publisher : Drageus
  • Isbn : 8366375781
  • Pages : 616
  • Category : Fiction
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Gdy załoga „Latającego Holendra” odcięła nieprzyjaznym obcym dostęp do Ziemi, żołnierze Sił Ekspedycyjnych utknęli na planecie, którą nazwali Paradise. „Latający Holender” wyrusza na następną misję, a ONZ życzy sobie, aby załoga sprawdziła sytuację ludzi na Paradise. Jednak pułkownik Joe Bishop ostrzega, że może nie spodobać im się to, co zobaczą. Co gorsza, nie mogą nic zrobić, nie narażając przy tym Ziemi.

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