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Face to face and rifle to rifle The time and location change but never the circumstance Mer Grayson and Armise Darcan are enemies—and neither will be considered successful until the other is dead 
The world is embroiled in a three hundred year war which has seen half of the world’s population wiped out and the rise of five superpowers Despite the hundreds of millions who have died the Borders War has been nearly bloodless because of the sonicrifle—weaponized sound waves tuned to their highest freuency and harnessed to kill Mer Grayson has known only war He is a skilled Peacemaker soldier and sniper And it is his destiny to right the wrong created by his grandfather six generations removed—the man who invented the sonicbullet Armise Darcan is his enemy A sniper and Dark Ops officer who fought for the People’s Republic of Singapore in the Borders War Armise may be the only person on the planet strong enough to keep Mer from completing his mission Their loyalties are to conflicting countries and diverging agendas and despite the very real threat to their lives if they’re discovered Mer and Armise keep finding their way into each other’s beds It is a drive which Mer is sure will kill him one day But how much time either of them has is uestionable As Opposition is pitted against Revolution the Borders War reignites and Mer and Armise have to decide where and with whom their real loyalties lie
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    35 starsReview posted February 27 2014Year 2546The Borders War had waged for three hundred years and had wiped four hundred million people from the planetAt the end of One Breath One Bullet you’ll find an index that contains a timeline of the Borders War a detailed list of the characters and most importantly a glossary I honestly wish I had known about it and read that first because it would have facilitated my understanding of the plot and setting While I’ve read and enjoyed dystopian books in the past One Breath One Bullet was not always easy to grasp This was some sort of “hardcore” dystopian for me and it took some getting used to Regardless it’s a good and interesting story and I already read the sequel The third book is due out in March 2014 I loved the main protagonists’ names Merq Grayson and Armise Darcan do sound predatory adventurous and mighty cool I would have liked to get background information about Merq and Armise though because it felt very impersonal On the other hand they live in an impersonal cold and sparse world Feelings are not welcome In consequence you shouldn’t expect anything romantic about their “relationship” If anything their encounters are rather violent fierce and intense yet it suited their characters and environment Also I struggled a bit to adjust to the timeframe switchesMerq and Armise have a complicated connection and that's putting it mildly It was as simple as undeniable attraction As complicated as an instinctual tether that should have been too theoretical and hokey for either of us to believe in but that neither of us seemed to be able to free ourselves from It was as base as the primal force of having your release gripped with a firm commanding hand that straddled the line of agony urgency and necessity As existential as our one desperate claim to freedom in a life that was predetermined years in advance by men in uniforms who would never see the real life implications of the orders they gaveArmise and I in another world and another time might have been inevitable Inseparable I just couldn't imagine what that would even entail One Breath One Bullet is about the world building the history of the Borders War the ominous infochip and how Merq and Armise met there’s hardly any relationship build up In this first book Merq and Armise are foes than friends let alone lovers One of my friends said it reminded her of a post apocalyptic Special Forces and I tend to agree with her I admire Sam’s writing and One Breath One Bullet shows what a wide range of writing skills she has to offerOverall an intriguing read that provided an alternative and scary concept of our future world I liked it but I expect the sequel Dominant Predator to be better I'm done with book 2 and it was better If you’re a fan of somewhat dark and gritty dystopian stories then I recommend you to give this series a try