Battle of Alberta
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2082: Peak oil came and went. Science let us down. The world got bigger. And then the guns came out. But in the northwest corner of the North American continent, a young nation producing the last barrels of oil has split, embroiling David Shumenko and his family in an unreported war between the north’s Republic and the south’s Democratic Union. David, as a covert OpForm contractor, a man tasked with planting the seeds of apathy towards the north’s new neighbour. Alex, his oldest son and pilot prodigy for the north’s Defence Force, who tests strange designs like those appearing in the globe’s unrelenting conflicts. Hannah, his sister and commander of a battlefield retrieval unit in a world where you can’t count on replacing anything old with anything new. And Colton, the youngest, a jaded student who searches for something louder to wake his sleeping city with. As Alex pilots the Amarok, the north’s newest and most deadly weapon in a series of escalating clashes, and David’s superiors come closer to getting the war they want, all those caught in the middle prepare for what could be the continent’s last battles to stink of exhaust.