Schlock Mercenary: Blackness Between
"Captain, I found some numbers that don't add up. They don't do this in a very scary way."
Captain Tagon, Sergeant Schlock, and the rest of Tagon's band of mercenaries have finally caught up with their quarry. Now all they need to do is convince them to come along quietly. It may not matter, though, because something ancient, invisible, and very, very powerful has noticed these noisy interlopers.
This is the second print collection of Schlock Mercenary, and is the fourth book, chronologically. It is chock-full of new footnotes and sketches, plus 8 pages of never-before-seen bonus story explaining how Schlock got rich escaping from the circus.
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