It’s 1969 and Sgt. Richard McCain, a Special Forces operative, is stationed in southern Vietnam where the camp is under constant attack. Here, only the strong will survive.
This is a story about war. It’s brutal, honest, and fast-paced, but it doesn’t leave the reader standing in the dust, wondering what just happened. The furious energy compels the reader forward and, through all the blood, guts, and drugs, readers are given the opportunity to meet McCain who is both a good soldier and a good man. His struggles, both internal and external, fuel the fire that blazes just beneath the surface and gives readers a raw glimpse of something few ever see.
Amid the thick, rain-soaked jungles and spine-tingling tension our Green Beret hero finds himself in an unexpected quagmire, but it’s not the kind you might expect. It’s not thick, slurking mud or enemy traps that thrust the stakes of the story into overdrive. Rather, our hero faces otherworldly phenomena and a noesis that’s nearly impossible to conceive, pitching the players of this plot into a high-octane adventure that will test their limits and leave only the superior standing.
Fox is a full-force, unanticipated adventure that had the raw; yet humanitarian feel of Tears in the Sun with surrealism the like of Apocalypse Now.