Book Review: Infliction (Mech Wars Book 4)

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Hey Space Cadets, how’re you all doing?  I hope you’ve sufficiently recovered from your cabin fever and winter doldrums?  Summer seems to finally be in the air, and in the south of the US of A that means asphyxiation by pollen! I managed to survive the dreaded yellow death and lived to tell about it.  I’ve got my new glasses and can finally read again, though I fought off the doctor’s recommendation of bifocals.  Now the intemperate weather has again made sane people hide from the seasons I’m back to the writing.  Continue reading

Lance Scipio’s Story Continues

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Hey Space Cadets, I just wanted to pass some information to you.  I thought you might want to know how Lance’s story ends!  You can find it in Tim C. Taylor’s new books that are out now, Battle of Earth Part 1:  and Battle of Earth Part 2: Restart.  I definitely wanted to know – so I have recently bought them. Come along on the journey with me!


2739 A.D. Six centuries ago, a million children were given up as slaves to Earth’s new alien overlords. Now their descendants have fought their way back home and found Earth in the grip of a savage new alien occupation. This is the Human Legion’s final battle: the Battle of Earth.

It doesn’t matter if this is your first Legion novel. Start here, because if the Earth is to be liberated, and the statues of the alien Supreme Commander Tawfiq are to be toppled to the ground, it is here that the Legion most needs your support.

In ‘Endgame’, the first of the two-part conclusion to the story of the Human Legion, the Legion walks into the trap they know awaits them in the heavily fortified Solar System. But in the augmented mind of General Arun McEwan, they have the finest strategist in the galaxy. Can he devise a counter-trap to snare the alien defenders? But with McEwan dying and the Legion riddled with Tawfiq’s spies, the Legion’s campaign seems doomed to end in disaster.


2739 A.D. Six centuries ago, a million children were given up as slaves to Earth’s new alien overlords. Now their descendants have fought their way back home and found Earth in the grip of a savage new alien occupation. This is the Human Legion’s final battle: the Battle of Earth.

Allies, enemies, or both? The opening phases of the Battle of Earth have revealed hidden factions in the powerplay swirling around the Solar System. In ‘Restart’, the finale of the two-part conclusion to the Human Legion series, some dare to dream of a liberated Earth and ask the question: what next? But for the missing General Arun McEwan, the only objective that matters is to get back into the fight to unseat Tawfiq, the alien supreme commander. And with Tawfiq marshaling new forces to unleash a 10,000-year war upon the entire galaxy, victory is slipping from the Legion’s grasp.

The Legion’s campaign of liberation ends here… one way or another.

Bear witness to its conclusion in The Battle of Earth Part 2: Restart.

 

Until next time, stay frosty and don’t forget to keep your powder dry!

JR

> As usual, all images came from the Google’s “labeled for reuse” section or are videos used by JR Handley for use under the Fair Use Doctrine.

 

Book Review: Stigers Tigers (Chronicles of an Imperial Legionary Officer Book 1)

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Hey Space Cadets, here is the next installment in my series of book reviews. I’m just coming out of a reading slump. Lately, life has been chaotic, but now I’m back in the saddle and wanted to share what I just read! Audiobooks have become my friend as I take advantage of the gorgeous summer weather. I don’t normally review books outside of the science fiction genre, though I read plenty of them as well, this one was a military fantasy novel, so I felt like it fit with my brand. And let’s be real, I love nerding out over books! Plus, I know that the author has a new science fiction story coming out, so I wanted to see what Marc was working with! Continue reading

AUDIOBOOK GOODNESS & SFF PROMOTIONS

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Outer Space HeaderA Few Credits MoreHey Space Cadets, I have a happy announcement for you!!  The Four Horsemen anthology I was in last year was released as an audiobook recently. If you love the audiobook format, check out the recently released “For a Few Credits More” audiobook narrated by Keith Michaelson! Continue reading

SCI-FI GIVEAWAY!

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Hey Space Cadets, how are you doing this fine day?  I’m doing well, I’m hard at work at my new series.  Just wanted to let you know I have joined in with other authors for the Science Friction Giveaway scheduled for May 18 – June 30, 2018!  I am really excited to be working with this group and hope you will take a look at the free books being offered.

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Book Review: Infliction (Mech Wars Book 4)

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Hey Space Cadets, how’re you all doing?  I hope you’ve sufficiently recovered from your cabin fever and winter doldrums?  Spring seems to finally be in the air, and in the south of the US of A that means asphyxiation by pollen! I managed to survive the dreaded yellow death and lived to tell about it.  I’ve got my new glasses and can finally read again, though I fought off the doctor’s recommendation of bifocals.  Now the intemperate weather has again made sane people hide from the seasons – I’m back to the writing. Continue reading

Audiobook Review: Galaxy’s Edge (Galaxy’s Edge Universe)

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Hey Space Cadets, I’m doing well and working on the world building for my own universe!  I’ve hired an artist for cover art, and started designing all the things that flesh out a literary world. I’ll have more information as we get deeper into the process but for now lets talk about some epic science fiction novels!  Without further ado, here is the next installment in my series of book reviews.  This time, we dive back into the worlds at the Galaxy’s Edge! Continue reading