Operation Break Iron (Fellstone Tales Book 1)

By Liam Kincaid

Sci-Fi, Action & adventure, Young adult | Paperback, eBook


A brutal kidnapping draws Cheff and his friends into the heart of the Emperor’s stronghold, the impenetrable Iron Fortress. Life in the Fellstone Labor Compound was hard enough, between mandatory work assignments, near-starvation, and being bullied by Blueband thugs. But then, Cheff’s Uncle Karf is arrested on suspicion of crimes against the Imperium and taken to the Iron Fortress. No one will help him, not even the mysterious FRM. It’s up to Cheff and his ragtag band of political prisoners from the Fellstone Labor Compound to do the impossible. But how can a bunch of school kids prevail against the mighty Imperium when they’re not even allowed to leave the Labor Compound? Operation Break Iron is an epic adventure about friendship, trust, loyalty, and the triumph of the human spirit. This science fiction novel is recommended for children 8 and up, teens, young adults, and adults. 326 pages. Contains 18 beautiful black-and-white illustrations by Daniel Wood.


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A brutal kidnapping draws Cheff and his friends into the heart of the Emperor’s stronghold, the impenetrable Iron Fortress. Life in the Fellstone Labor Compound was hard enough, between mandatory work assignments, near-starvation, and being bullied by Blueband thugs. But then, Cheff’s Uncle Karf is arrested on suspicion of crimes against the Imperium and taken to the Iron Fortress. No one will help him, not even the mysterious FRM. It’s up to Cheff and his ragtag band of political prisoners from the Fellstone Labor Compound to do the impossible. But how can a bunch of school kids prevail against the mighty Imperium when they’re not even allowed to leave the Labor Compound? Operation Break Iron is an epic adventure about friendship, trust, loyalty, and the triumph of the human s...


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Liam Kincaid was born to parents of Scottish descent on December 30, 1953, near Truckee, California, in the midst of a raging snowstorm. After graduating from high school, Liam declined a medical scholarship to Stanford University. Instead, Liam served for a time in the United States Air Force, then traveled the world working at many jobs, including professional woodworker and stilts maker, maintenance supply specialist for Pacific Southwest Airlines, kelp processor for Kelco, hot-air balloon pilot, cow clipper (for one day), house painter, time-share salesman in Mexico, hospital housekeeper, school bus driver, wrestling-arena peanut vendor, street musician, English teacher in the Dominican Republic, ranch hand, e-zine publisher, bio-diesel manufacturer, carpet cleaner, pig photographer, and computer programmer. He lives in sight of the ocean with his wife, Heather, and his four children, Robert, William, Joseph, and Nicole, and two English Mastiffs named Baldric and Molly. Liam welcomes correspondence from his readers, and does his best to answer each one personally. E-mail him at LiamKincaid@WorldHeartEpic.com.


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Liam Kincaid was born to parents of Scottish descent on December 30, 1953, near Truckee, California, in the midst of a raging snowstorm. After graduating from high school, Liam declined a medical scholarship to Stanford University. Instead, Liam served for a time in the United States Air Force, then traveled the world working at many jobs, including professional woodworker and stilts maker, mainte...


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