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Dekkers Dozen [PDF] ✅ Dekkers Dozen By Christopher D. Schmitz – Following the Intergalactic Singularity War Dekker Knight mercenary and collector of arcane artifacts works for the highest bidder—but he doesn’t take just any job One in particular transporting A Following the Intergalactic Singularity War Dekker Knight mercenary and collector of arcane artifacts works for the highest bidder—but he doesn’t take just any job One in particular transporting Austicon the assassin who stalked his family for generations to a max lock detention was supposed to close a dark chapter of Dekker’s lifeAfter the constables botched Austicon’s incarceration Dekker’s team is forced to hunt down the galaxies’ most heinous criminal all over again when a mysterious man claiming to be an ancient time traveling prophet intrudes on them Ezekiel claims Dekker will soon annihilate of all reality—and he knows all of Dekker's secrets that he wields an ancient celestial weapon was once married to a terrorist and is the last member of the Watchmen—an ancient secret society with roots tracing back to SolomonFollowing the Austicon’s theft of a superweapon Dekker and his team must do the unthinkable to prevent the Earth’s annihilation Worse yet a demon possessed tree is attempting to bring the divine engines of reality to a grinding halt—destroying all of existence with the death of the planet—annihilating all that is will be and ever wasSteampunk time travel cyborg ninjas deep space unicorn zombies ghostly rocket ships and star destroying Hassidic super weapons converge in one epic story How long can The Dozen escape death and how far can Dekker go to in defiance of fate and pursuit of love before his actions break the universe.

5 thoughts on “Dekkers Dozen

  1. Bruce Bruce says:

    I found this book to be a fast moving theological thriller with some space opera time travel zombies and an ancient society Dekker's dozen are licensed investigators and sometimes it takes a little force to keep the peace Sometimes it takes a little force to do what’s right But Dekker is than a space age mercenary He’s the last watchman and now he has to prevent the destruction of realityThe writing to this book was professional and smooth the action flowing from one seuence to the next with good causality making the reading easy to follow The descriptions also are vivid so that I could easily picture what was happening As far as characterization there was a Firefly kind of feel to the Dozen I found some interesting and developed characters such as Vesuvius who might be than just a fellow mercenary; Ezekiel who might be than just an old prophet; and the Krenzin who might be than just an alien race The zombies are not your typical man eating kind of zombies either Instead they are wholly unorthodox Even interestingly the characters played into the overall theme and message of the book I enjoy theology but I don’t typically read it straight up It’s like eating dry toast At the same time I enjoy fast paced science fiction and fantasy but all that action feels pointless without a message So I like my weighty issues to be delivered with a good dose of fun This book combines them both so that there’s great action but at the same time that iceberg is hidden beneath the surface making the endeavor worthwhile I’m sure I missed a lot of the deeper stuff but I think it’s a layered affect The you know the you take away That way there’s something for everybody Overall I found this book to be an original and refreshing mixture of theology sci fi fantasy and storytelling that I think you will enjoy

  2. Sasha Sasha says:

    First I would like to state that I received this book through the Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review I would like to thank the author for giving me this opportunity and honor in being able to read this book When I received this book I began reading it at once I really enjoy the authors writing style You are pulled into the book from the very beginning and you don't want to put the book down It kept me on the edge of my seat reading from cover to cover I recommend this book

  3. Aaron Saylor Aaron Saylor says:

    I loved Dekker's Dozen The Last Watchmen It was fast paced but not hard to follow and the action leaped off the pageIt's a crazy combination of science fiction and fantasy but it feels wholly original Highly recommended and I look forward to by Christopher Schmitz

  4. Douglas Douglas says:

    I was told this book had a Firefly feel to it which of course raised my interest I would also agree with one of the other reviewers that it also has a Magnificent 7 appeal I'd already read Christopher's Indie Author's Bible as a good reference for my own writing career this is the first story novel of his I've readIt did not disappoint Although billed as Science Fiction it manages to blend an amazing array of features from other genres There is fantasy and a uniue perspective on religion in the universe It also touches on political situations that may be mirrored in today's society but it pulls it off in an entertaining way The antagonists are not pushovers Their leaders are calculating efficient and bring their own resourceful surprises to the tableI only wish we got to know other members of the Dozen as well as the main protagonists but they set the background as a dependable crew to have when the universe is going crazy and one needs to break interstellar law in order to save Earth Great action scenesfrom gunfights to sword duels and capitol ships This was a fun adventure and I'll have to grab the other books as well

  5. Teri Teri says:

    This is my first read by this author and I must admit that even though it isn't my favorite genre I was hooked Gods demons war hot guys it's all in here The action starts and never stops til the last page Awesome read

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