Soda Pop Soldier 2 so far… Or, Buy the ticket, Take the Ride

I’m working on the sequel to Soda Pop Soldier which is the sequel to CTRL ALT Revolt!

This morning I came across this little cartoon map of a classic D&D module which I’m using as part of the book… Check it out here

How would I describe Soda Pop Soldier 2 so far…

Its future horror, meets Total Recall, meets Murukami, meets an acid trip,  meets Son of the Caliphate.  I’m about halfway through… so it’s probably going to get weird. If you want read Soda Pop Soldier then now’s the time… get weird and get ready.  We’re all soldiers now.


About Nick Cole

Nick Cole is a working actor living in Southern California. When he is not auditioning for commercials, going out for sitcoms or being shot, kicked, stabbed or beaten by the students of various film schools for their projects, he can often be found as a guard for King Phillip the Second of Spain in the Opera Don Carlo at Los Angeles Opera or some similar role. Nick Cole has been writing for most of his life and acting in Hollywood after serving in the U.S. Army. You can also find him on Twitter.

6 Responses to Soda Pop Soldier 2 so far… Or, Buy the ticket, Take the Ride

  1. Just to let you know I reviewed Ctrl alt revolt and noticed that almost all the negative reviews had a duplicate review. I don’t know if I’m the only one but that could screw with your ratings.

      • That was the best I’ve read of your books. The description never really caught me but I’ve been sick so I’ve burned through a ton of books lately on Kindle unlimited, so I gave it a shot and it was great.

        It’s strange how the internet is being watched and massaged by whoever is doing it. You’ll see the same thing anytime the narrative is threatened. Trolls show up writing from a script all hitting exactly the same points. Sometimes it’s even a cut and paste job with different names. It’s more than a little creepy.

        Truth is what frightens them even when it’s entertainment.

          • Yes much thank you. Which is good because a farm doesn’t run itself. Everyone but my son in law got it. Although getting better means there’s much more my wife can find for me to do.

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