Burning Sky (Paperback)

By Weston Ochse

Solaris, 9781781085295, 420pp.

Publication Date: September 25, 2018

Other Editions of This Title:
Mass Market (6/4/2019)

List Price: 14.99*
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The intense brand-new military horror series from “one of the Major Horror Authors of the 21st Century” – American Library Association

Trained To Kill. Haunted By The Past. Fighting For Their Souls.

Everything is dangerous in Afghanistan, nothing more so than the mission of a Tactical Support Team or T.S.T. All veterans, these men and women spend seasons in hell, to not only try and fix what’s broken in each of them, but also to make enough bank to change their fortunes.

But seven months later, safely back on American soil, they feel like there’s something left undone. They’re meeting people who already know them, remembering things that haven’t happened, hearing words that don’t exist. And they’re all having the same dream… a dream of a sky that won’t stop burning.

Praise For Burning Sky

"Ochse's writing finds the beauty in the language of brutality, which will appeal to fans of Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy"
— Booklist, ALA

“Burning Sky represents the pinnacle of the military horror genre, and will be difficult, if not impossible, to surpass."
— Sci-Fi and Fantasy Reviewer

"Burning Sky is masterpiece that I am more impressed with the longer I think about it. If you like your horror, political and thoughtful, I would say you should pre-order this novel. It will be on my best of the year list for sure."
— Postcards from a Dying World

"Weston is one of the best authors of our generation." 
— Brian Keene, Horror Grandmaster and Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Rising

"Weston Ochse is to horror what Bradbury is to science fiction." 
— Dani Kollin, Prometheus Award-winning author of The Unincorporated Man

"One of the major horror authors of the 21st Century." 
— America Library Association

Burning Sky is the beginning of something remarkable. Prepare to be astonished… 
— Mass Movement