Time Management for Mercenaries
by Dai Alanye
Number of pages: 298
A mismatched team is recruited for primitive military action in a third world country. It is eventually revealed that they will, in fact, be journeying to the past. They run into many difficulties both before and after reaching their destination, including internal dissension and encounters with the locals. Six months after arrival they take part in one of history's great turning points--a battle for a kingdom.
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