The United States of America reigns over Earth as the last surviving superpower. To build a society free of American influence, foreign countries have inhabited the moon, taking advantage of the natural resources to earn their own riches. Now the U.S. military has been ordered to wrest control of Earth's satellite from their rivals. Sergeant Ethan Stark must train his squadron to fight in an airless atmosphere at one-sixth normal gravity against a desperate enemy. Ensuring his team's survival means choosing between which orders to obey—and which to ignore. . .
"Gripping. Sgt. Stark is an unforgettable character. . . Stark's War reads as if Hemry has been there"
—Jack McDevitt, author of Moon Fall and Infinity Beach
"A rip roaring race through tomorrow's battlefield, where knowledge is power, but stupidity still reigns. Hemry's debut is a great yarn—and a thoughtful cautionary tale"
—Mike Moscoe, author of The Price of Peace
"John Hemry has perfectly captured the cynicism of the professional soldier and the camaraderie that develops in any good military unit—the sense of interdependence, the confidence that one's comrades are the only ones to be fully trusted/'
—Rick Shelley, author of Major