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In a Legion gone lax, Colonel Bill Booly, with his mixed blood and by-the-book attitude, is a misfit. So when he steps on some important toes, his punishment is assignment to the worst post in the galaxy: Earth. But Booly and his troops will turn out to be Earth's best line of defense, when a Legion-led military coup topples the government. It's Legionnaire against Legionnaire in a struggle that will be won by strength and courage.

©1999 William C. Dietz (P)2010 Audible, Inc.

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  • Robert J McDuffee
  • 29-01-18

Another great installment for The Legion

Bloody brutish and exhilluratingly human. Great military action combined with political intrigue. Holds your interest throughout.

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  • ozgribbo
  • 14-12-13

Galactic military manoeuvres

Continues to build on earlier work, but can be read on its own. Competent space/military/galactic empires sci fi. Some of the military hardware seems a bit antiquated for time scale, but generally convincing and a good liste.

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  • Gary Godman
  • 27-04-11

Agree with Tina's review

If you read the others you will probably want to read this one also but not at the top of your list.

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  • Tina Sarkar-Thompson
  • 05-04-10

Decent but not to the level of the first 2 parts

While it is a good book and I did enjoy it, there is some lacking. Its a little drawn out in parts and not nearly enough battles, its much more political than the previous 2 parts. A good read still and necessary to understand subsequent parts.

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