Platoon F: Pentalogy
Today’s Free Kindle eBook: Platoon F: Pentalogy
Hilarity and absurdity on an intergalactic scale …Not intended for children. Contains adult themes/situations/language and is positively not politically correct!This bundle gives you missions 1 – 5 from the hilarious Platoon F series. You’ll get space ships, space marines, robots, androids, impossible technology, time travel, alien races, and good old-fashioned military insanity slapped together on a tapestry of futuristic mayhem.Mission 1: The SSMC ReluctantLieutenant Orion Murphy is scheduled for execution due to a clerical error. His only out is to undergo a complete physical makeover, get a rank and name change, and agree to take over a new platoon in the Segnal Space Marine Corps (SSMC). Seeing that it’s a case of comply or die, he accepts the offer. A week later, he finds himself standing on the bridge of The SSMC Reluctant with a misfit crew, an insane special agent, an antiquated robot mechanic, and his updated identity. Will the newly-named Commodore Don Harr be able to get control of the ship and crew? Can they all survive their first mission, especially since they’re not really supposed to? And who came up with this mission, anyway? …it all makes Harr wonder if execution may have been the better option. Mission 2: Angry RobotsA group of antiquated robots have decided that they’ve had enough of being treated like second-class citizens. Working together, they take over the sewage plant on Segnal Prime and start pumping the sludge back up into the buildings. Captain Don Harr and his team of misfit androids must traverse the underground tunnel systems, take on dog-sized sewer rats, and wrestle control of the plant back while trying to maintain a semblance of sanity as they slosh through loads of crap. Sometimes it’s abundantly clear what the “F” in Platoon F truly means. Mission 3: The SSMC VoyeurA space probe that was sent out 500 years ago has returned…sort of. It’s actually a copy of the original model of The SSMC Voyeur, which begs the question: What happened to the original craft? The crew of The SSMC Reluctant is dispatched to learn about the originating planet that sent this cloned vehicle. And, if Rear Admiral Conster gets his way, they’re also to blow the entire planet that it came from to smithereens. Mission 4: EarthlingsAfter their last mission, the Segnal Space Marine Corps (SSMC) saw the value of the GONE Drive. The ability to move through space in a blink of an eye would be highly appealing to any military body, but specifically to Rear Admiral Parfait who has a bit of a thing for military bodies. Follow the crew as they hit the Middle Ages, the Mesozoic era, the 1940s, and 2400s of Earth. Mission 5: Synthetic DNAAfter a close call in the year 2440 at the planet called “Earth,” the crew of The SSMC Reluctant makes a quick escape back to their home of Segnal. However, Geezer didn’t have time to set the clock on the GONE Drive to return them back to their own era, and things have changed greatly in the Segnal System over the past 500 years. The system is ruled by Synthetic Lifeforms now, and they find humans and standard robots an affront to their intellectual capacity. From their perspective, only Synthetic Lifeforms should be allowed to live.Platoon F gets its influence as a hodgepodge from Monty Python, National Lampoon, Family Guy, Red Dwarf, Phule’s Company, Robert Asprin, Airplane!, Naked Gun, Douglas Adams, Harry Harrison, and countless other comedic mediums. Readers will find a new, fun, comedic SciFi world to play in. Aliens, robots, androids, space marines, time travel, galactic mayhem, and more fill the universe of Platoon F.
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