The Complete Hammer's Slammers Volume One (The Complete Hammer's Slammers, #1)
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The Complete Hammer's Slammers Volume One

by David Drake
Release date: 2006
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fictionmilitary science fiction, short stories

This three volume set presents for the first time the genre-defining Slammers series in a uniform hardcover set. This volume features all of the Hammer's Slammer short fiction, as well as all of the interstitial material from the original Slammers collection, as well as new artwork, and an original Slammers story, A Death in Peacetime. The first volume will feature an introduction by Gene Wolfe, and cover art by Vincent Di Fate.

Contents:

  • Introduction by Gene Wolfe
  • Foreword: Becoming a Professional Writer by Way of Southeast Asia
  • Under the Hammer
  • The Butcher's Bill
  • But Loyal to His Own
  • Caught in the Crossfire
  • Cultural Conflict
  • Hangman
  • Standing Down
  • Code-Name Feirefitz
  • The Interrogation Team
  • The Tank Lords
  • Liberty Port
  • Night March
  • The Immovable Object
  • The Irresistible Force
  • A Death in Peacetime
  • Afterword: Accidentally and by the Back Door
  • Appendix: Backdrop to Chaos, The Bonding Authority, The Church of the Lord's Universe, Powerguns, Supertanks and Table of Organization and Equipment, Hammer's Regiment
updated 2016-09-15

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I am a reluctant David Drake fan. Yes, "War is Hell" but getting hit over the head with the ugliness, cruelty, violence. barbarism and often pointlessness of war can become wearing. We get it. That being said David is a master storyteller who always manages to grab you by the throat and drag you into the story for a dramatic ride that you cannot fail to appreciate. Buy the time you finish this series you will come to understand what goes through the mind of a soldier when he "sees the elephant". - Ron Restorff
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