Book 1, Chapter 41

The game, once it started, was over almost as quick. Ean went for the offensive rush: From JD’s computer came three staccato bursts of machine gun fire, then a horrible rending – and then silence.

JD stared at his screen in disbelief. “Dude!” he protested. “I lost?”

Ean stuck his head through the doorway to the bedroom. “Well,” he said, “you did only have one marine to face off with my hundred and fifty-seven ravenous aliens.”

JD’s brow furrowed as he frowned. “You ever met a marine?” he asked.

“…no?” Ean hesitantly admitted.

JD’s frown deepened. “He should’ve been able to take ’em.”

“Uh…lets switch back to Space Shooter,” E suggested in return.

Et Alia, Book 1: Aliens, Ninjas, Demons and Pie

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