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The Profession

Steven Pressfield

A stunning, chillingly plausible near-future thriller; a novel that informs and challenges the reader almost as much as it entertains. In The Profession, Pressfield taps his considerable well of military knowledge to craft a piece of speculative fiction set in 2032. With corporate and private powers wielding their own military forces, the disgraced former United States Marine General, James Salter, plans to return to the U.S. and claim the presidency for his own. Only his most loyal foot soldier and closest confidant stands any chance of defeating him.

A stunning, chillingly plausible near-future thriller; a novel that informs and challenges the reader almost as much as it entertains. In The Profession, Pressfield taps his considerable well of military knowledge to craft a piece of speculative fiction set in 2032. With corporate and private powers wielding their own military forces, the disgraced former United States Marine General, James Salter, plans to return to the U.S. and claim the presidency for his own. Only his most loyal foot soldier and closest confidant stands any chance of defeating him.
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A stunning, chillingly plausible near-future thriller; a novel that informs and challenges the reader almost as much as it entertains. In The Profession, Pressfield taps his considerable well of military knowledge to craft a piece of speculative fiction set in 2032. With corporate and private powers wielding their own military forces, the disgraced former United States Marine General, James Salter, plans to return to the U.S. and claim the presidency for his own. Only his most loyal foot soldier and closest confidant stands any chance of defeating him.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Toby Leonard Moore

Length:

10h 23m