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The human Confederation empire stretches across the endless night between the stars, slowly rotting from within even as it faces threats from without. And at its farthest reaches stand the forgotten men and women of the Last Legion - all that stands between the empire and chaos.

As violence between factions escalates and the Legion strives to keep the peace, a planet on the edge of nowhere will set the stage for the empire’s final stand . . .

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ISBN: 9781440553622
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Chris Bunch writes what he knows - in this case being an elite soldier (although there's no author bio in this version, I'm pretty sure he used to be a Ranger in the US Army). Like many of his other books he takes real military history (in this case it looks like Vietnam) and transposes it to a different setting (in this case a sci-fi world, but in earlier books to fantasy settings too), and mixes it with a big chunk of verisimilitude thanks to having done the job, even if he wasn't in that particular war.If you've like his other stuff, you'll enjoy this, if you've tried it and hate it, you won't find anything new here. If you've not tried his stuff before, this is a perfectly acceptable place to dip your toes in and give it a go.more
Somewhat weak - especially compared, say, to Corsair. A good-enough airport read.more
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Chris Bunch writes what he knows - in this case being an elite soldier (although there's no author bio in this version, I'm pretty sure he used to be a Ranger in the US Army). Like many of his other books he takes real military history (in this case it looks like Vietnam) and transposes it to a different setting (in this case a sci-fi world, but in earlier books to fantasy settings too), and mixes it with a big chunk of verisimilitude thanks to having done the job, even if he wasn't in that particular war.If you've like his other stuff, you'll enjoy this, if you've tried it and hate it, you won't find anything new here. If you've not tried his stuff before, this is a perfectly acceptable place to dip your toes in and give it a go.more
Somewhat weak - especially compared, say, to Corsair. A good-enough airport read.more
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