The Shadow Legions

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The Shadow Legions

The Shadow Legions The war with the First Imperium is over and Grand Fleet is limping home from the frontier Erik Cain Augustus Garret and the rest of the high command are grimly satisfied that humanity has been save

  • Title: The Shadow Legions
  • Author: JayAllan
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  • Page: 479
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  • The war with the First Imperium is over, and Grand Fleet is limping home from the frontier Erik Cain, Augustus Garret, and the rest of the high command are grimly satisfied that humanity has been saved from the First Imperium menace There is no joy, however no elation at the victory The losses this time were too heavy too personal to bear They did what had to be doneThe war with the First Imperium is over, and Grand Fleet is limping home from the frontier Erik Cain, Augustus Garret, and the rest of the high command are grimly satisfied that humanity has been saved from the First Imperium menace There is no joy, however no elation at the victory The losses this time were too heavy too personal to bear They did what had to be done to drive back the enemy and save the human worlds from certain destruction Now they were left to find a way to live with the gut wrenching decisions that victory had required.Augustus Garret needed time Time for repairs, time to replace losses, time to learn how to go on in the aftermath of what he d done But the fleet wasn t heading for a well deserved rest they were moving into another firestorm A new menace, one as deadly as the First Imperium, was waiting for them, and it threatened to shatter the fragile alliance of the Earth powers and throw all of human space into another desperate war one that might be the final confrontation.On world after world, mysterious forces are invading, taking control of the most vital colonies The invaders are well drilled powered infantry, veteran forces that quickly shattered the planetary militias and established brutal occupation regimes.Garret, Cain, and the leaders of the Alliance s forces must rally themselves once again to face this new threat an unknown enemy that is as well trained, experienced, and equipped as the Marines themselves Indeed, on some colony worlds rumors are already spreading that the invaders are the Marines themselves, that they have come to conquer, to rule

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    1. Michael Fraser on said:

      Surprise of lifeA good compliment to the series that went before. Cain and his group of veteran and slecised experts trying to extract themselves from another sticky situation. Looking forward to the next installment.

    2. Janetta Bitting on said:

      The series continues with more action.The emergence of a new threat brings the reader to an exciting conclusion of this book. I am going to read the next volume. This is quite an exciting series.

    3. Jim on said:

      The Saga continues for General Cane! He just gets done with one war and he and his men are off to fight another. As you recall, The Grand Pac Fleet, with the help of ships from the Caliphate and the Central Asian Combine (CAC) had just finished closing a gateway to the Solar System through which the First Imperium would have surely poured through in it’s conquest of all mankind. It was not an easy battle, in fact, Admiral Garrett sadly had to leave behind over 40,000 soldiers, sailors and Mari [...]

    4. Andrew Palmer on said:

      This review covers Crimson Worlds Books 1-9. I read them consecutively, so can only review them comprehensively.Overall: The books are really good, but fall short of being great, for reasons I'll outline below.Characters: The protagonists are well written, likable, and appropriately complex. The antagonists are clever, and help drive the plot, but perhaps at times lack sufficient positive features to make them completely realistic.Writing/Editing: The copy editing is well done - no complaints th [...]

    5. Per Gunnar on said:

      I bought this book as soon as it came out since I have quite liked the rest of the series, especially The Line Must Hold, but then I have hesitated to actually start reading it. Why? Well, I was pretty sure that I was not really going to like the story itself very much…and I was right.This book is all about that f…. psychopath Stark. It could just as well be titled The Return of Stark or Stark Strikes Back or something like that. I really really hate this guy. I hate scheming, plotting, cons [...]

    6. Shane on said:

      Should I give this two and half stars because it is only half of a five star story??? Allan has done a pretty good job of building a larger story arc throughout the series. There have been subtle cliffhangers, but over-all the core story of each novel was complete. NOT SO for book seven; this book stops just before resolution develops on any of the several fronts that Allan maintains. If you buy this book, expect to by number eight as wellThe reason I warn that you will be buying two books and n [...]

    7. Fred Hughes on said:

      This is book 7 in the series and the writing, plot, characters and action is just as fresh as the first book in the series.While the grand fleet was away fighting the First Imperium the head of security for earth has been building an army of cloned marines by the millions. Plus they have seized ships fo=rom the ship yards at Wolf 359 and are now conquering the outer colonies. What is Gavin Stark after ? Can the real marines prevail against superior numbers ?The book ends with a cliff hanger to b [...]

    8. Jon Blumhardt on said:

      Another in a long line of awesome reads. Another in a long line of awesome reads. Seamlessly tying in with previous books, I found myself going back the the first book in the series, and speed reading the entire tale all over again. I'm now ready to start VIII to see what happens. Reminds me of the Star Wars series and Asimov's Foundation Tale all rolled into one. An excellent read will start on the next one tonight and see where it takes me. Mahalo !

    9. Chris Baker on said:

      Blistering read!The seventh addition to the series doesn't disappoint and to me it's another fantastic addition. It's sub-light speed leaves you resisting temptation to put it down. I'm so glad I've purchased the next book as this cliff hanger would leave me dying for the rest. Excellent characters and development, one of the best series I've read, hands down. Semper Fi

    10. Ian on said:

      I liked the First Imperium plot arc but it was getting stale to me. The best books of the series were written around the Powers and their plots. This one gets back to those high points. Stark as the ultimate bad guy is a fascinating development.

    11. Roger on said:

      Mind blowingGreatest script I have ever read. Jay, don't stop writing. The depth of your descriptions puts me in the world you have created.Dhthoreau1@gmail

    12. Milton Moon Louie on said:

      A war with with the shadow legion. And at the end we know who these people are. B

    13. Alison on said:

      Another great book!A great addition to the series. Looking forward to the next book. Perfect combination of military action and political intrigue.

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