Terror Occulta by Victor F. Paletta

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In a classic tale of good and evil, in Terror Occulta, author Victor F. Paletta goes to an eerie and wicked place that is wholly unusual and utterly fascinating. His is a distant future where life on earth has taken a turn for the worst. An enemy that once hid from a more technologically advanced people turns the tide, and is now on a relentless hunt for humans. Corporal 1412 is thrown into a world of sadistic inhuman predators, but not without a few savage weapons of his own. Ironically, his love for another is his most formidable weapon, but will it be enough to foil the fray of monsters, robots, and cyborgs that want blood? In a rush of action, Corporal 1412 will be put to the test until he can do no more and fate will step in to decide if he is, indeed, man enough to fight an evil that threatens to exterminate his people. Desperate and unyielding, this gruesome epic is harrowing, shocking, and all too realistic.

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A native of St. Louis, Victor F. Paletta graduated from Rockhurst University with a double major in political science and Spanish. Shortly after graduation, Victor started writing Terror Occulta which he also illustrated. When he is not writing or painting, he works as a translator and enjoys jogging in Forest Park.
Published October 3, 2008 by BookSurge Publishing. 396 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Paletta vividly paints a future where humans have been driven underground, existing largely in military compounds which protect groups of civilians.

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