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10 thoughts on “Legionnaire Galaxys Edge #1

  1. says:

    Tenseand Xenophobic Racist Classist Sexist and JingoisticAs a military tale Legionnaire is old school The sci fi

  2. says:

    A work of military science fiction so detailed you can feel the euipment and choke on the dust Elite troops find themselves cut off in enemy occupied territory and as the saying goes They've got us surrounded they can't get awayThe story has

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    Summary First let me say that none of what I’ll say in this section couldn’t be found on the back copy of the novel  Heck I cribbed this summary from the back and then I add my own twist  And not even much of one since most of the books I read have kick butt descriptions aka blurbs  If the blurb doesn’t catch my

  4. says:

    Unfortunately I've been concentrating on my own writing recently so it took me a long time to finish this book That is in no way a reflection on it though I really enjoyed this read something different to my norm

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    The thing that bugged me about this book was the arrogance of the legionaires going to a planet to take it over from the indigenous race just to take over the natural resources of the planet Sound familiar I didn

  6. says:

    The good old days weren't Simple as thatSimply superb and not a full moment from start to finish despite the old adage that a legionnaires life is mostly inactivity Boredom Routine No boredom here though as the reader is immediately drawn into the seemingly straightforward mission to solidify a treaty with the 'friendly' locals Instead Victor

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    3 Stars This is a decent military science fiction that has plenty of action cool fights and weaponry but it suffers from som

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    A new author to me and what appears to be a new series This book is a well written military science fiction book It is just the kind that I like The story is from the first person of Sergeant C Chhun a Suad Leader in Victory Company 131st Repub

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    Coming from where I’m from I can’t enjoy a book glorying in the subjugation and manipulation of native people by a technologically advanced colonial interloper I’ve just started listening to this book and I am finding the point of view of these colonisers very unpleasant Thank the gods I can return books on Audible I really do

  10. says:

    Wow I haven't read a book this fast in ages Jason and Nick have written something that reads like a battle in Afghanistan being fought now but it's set in a futuristic world that they have based on Star Wars but isn't I've never read any of the Star Wars books but this is an awesome book It's detailed it's got characters you WANT to see succeed and it's got a character that you hate and want to see die The end

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Legionnaire Galaxys Edge #1

The Galaxy is a Dumpster Fire A hot stinking dumpster fire And most days I don’t know if the legionnaires are putting out the flames or fanning them into an inferno A hostile force ambushes Victory Company during a r Tenseand Xenophobic Racist Classist Sexist and JingoisticAs a military tale Legionnaire is old school The sci fi euivalent of a 1950s war film the pacing and action relentless The characters standard archetypes differentiated by class separated into two primary groups Those the main character and his men consider to be real soldiers the Legionnaires and those who are not which is everyone else Trial by combat will judge who is worthy of the respect of the main character a Legionnaire through and throughThere are hints early on that authors Jason Anspach and Nick Cole understand their story is populated by bigots including their lead character Foreshadowing a character arc in which he will confront his own very human prejudices Anspach and Cole have no interest in that journey as the introduction of the lone female character given anything to do and an overly long epilogue will definitively confirmThis is a somber view of hyper masculinity as an admirable trait A screed about the idiots in government prioritizing uick economic gain over the lives of good men Good men sent to far away lands to die by the hands of an uncivilized duplicitous other What s most disturbing is that Anspach and Cole are too damn good at pulling readers into the fray We just don t want the Legionnaries to get the hell off of Kublar we want them to kill as many Koobs as possible Remove the sci fi trappings Kublar is Ira Afghanistan Any place that is predominantly populated by brown and black peoples and is in perpetual turmoil when viewed through a militarized and Western lensI wish I could give this of a recommendation The battles in military sci fi is often the descriptive slog one has to power through if not outright skim to get to the book s end Hopefully picking up on the information that is relevant to the plot and has impact on the characters along the way Spatial relationships are near impossible to discern The battles are repetitive padding out the page count Regardless of outcome previous battles don t shape the ones that followAnspach and Cole know how to build tension sustain it and not undercut it Their action is clear You know where characters are what they are doing and how their decisions influence the direction of the battle And Each battle is distinct from the last As the locations change as the characters learn new information so do the tactics While the characters who aren t fleshed out you know who is who and you develop a vague sense of they are It s enough to make every death sting even if you immediately forget the name of the man who just diedIt is doubtful I could move on to the next book without feeling complicit in supporting an unuestioning view of the military As a mundane thankless job real men aren t afraid to do cowards avoid and the powerful elite exploit for their own ends And a tacit thesis that militarized violence can be justified when the other is different in custom and language strange in appearance and a killable disposable enemy based on nothing than the word of a faceless authority

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Oom for error the Republic’s elite fighting force must struggle to survive under siege while waiting on a rescue that might never come When you think you’ve surrounded the Legion you’ve just made your last mistak 3 Stars This is a decent military science fiction that has plenty of action cool fights and weaponry but it suffers from some pacing issues and I never connected with the characters or the world but liked the writing and the story nonethelessDecent

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Econnaissance in force deep inside enemy territory Stranded behind enemy lines a sergeant must lead a band of survivors against merciless insurgents on a deadly alien world somewhere along the galaxy’s edge With no r Unfortunately I ve been concentrating on my own writing recently so it took me a long time to finish this book That is in no way a reflection on it though I really enjoyed this read something different to my norm It s evident to me that the author has a military background his understanding of tactics and camaraderie comes through in masses to anyone who has served something I really like in a book about war write what you know I will definitely continue with the series and highly recommend this read

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About the Author: Jason Anspach

JASON ANSPACH is the author of the 1950's noire comedy 'til Death And the military science fiction space opera series Galaxy's Edge He lives in Tacoma WA with his wife and their seven not a typo children Han shot first