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Episode Info: Welcome to "Battlefield Barrens" book 1 chapter 3  of the Cullers War series. Bringing you audiobooks for free every Saturday. Written and performed by author Raymond Burton. Battlefield Barrens is suitable for ages 18 and up and contains graphic violence and offensive language.  This book IS available as a full length unabridged digital audiobook download and as an ebook for kindle, kobo and all other digital formats. To order any version, go to Raymondburton.com/store Since you are listening to this Podiobook, you obviously like audiobooks. Right now, if you go to go to Raymondburton.com/FreeBooks… you can get two free audio books from any author from Audible.com I really enjoyed Old Mans War by John Scalzi so check that out if you haven't read the book already.  Todays music is a song called Gunpowder Chant from the album The Butcher’s Ballroom by  the  Diablo Swing Orchestra . Links are on the website at RaymondBurton.com so you can download the full album are on the website so enjoy! This Week: After an hour of careful movement and belly crawling later, we were looking at the Mute command post from cover. Our objective, the small dug in mud bunker that didn't look like much tucked away there in the night. But the death it could orchestrate to our buddies back at the lines was massive. That's if the attack the Mutes were planning remained a surprise. If we had our way, it wouldn't. The faint flickers of light from inside the hole silhouetted the four Mute soldiers outside. They were trying to be vigilant, but they were walking around bored like soldiers usually are when given extra duties. I knew what that felt like. The two on the machine gun, just outside the door seemed pretty switched on though. Must be new to the post. Whoever was inside that little shit box, and others that might be out of sight on patrol were the only other numbers I considered important to the immediate mission. I didn't think the odds were too stacked against us. It was just that blasted open area we had to get across. I looked at Cupps and asked him if I could have his grenade. I held out my hand because it really wasn’t a question. The young private took it out of his pouch and handed it over. Poor bastard had the look of a kid who’d had his last piece of candy taken away. “Sergeant?
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