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Star Marines (Legacy Trilogy Series #3)
     

Star Marines (Legacy Trilogy Series #3)

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by Ian Douglas
 

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With the planet's fighting men and women deployed across the galaxy—battling in the noble cause of enslaved humanity—the insidious Xul have reached across space to devastate the unsuspecting Earth with asteroid fire. Without warning, a once majestic world is reduced to near-rubble—and the very future of humankind is in dire jeopardy

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Star Marines (Legacy Trilogy Series #3) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
Mr_S1000D More than 1 year ago
Mankind gets SERIOUSLY kicked in the head by the bad boys of the galaxy - the highly xenophobic morons known as "We Who Are". I say morons only because Ian paints them as stupid enough to only send one or two ships of destruction at Earth when they could easily have sent thousands and done the job once and for all (sorry Ian, of all the books, this is the only one that made me think the "We Who Are" are truly morons - which may be but how'd they get to be the bad boys of the galaxy by being so dumb). Put that aside though, this one gaff is forgiveable when you take into consideration mankinds complete annihilation nearly occurred when "We Who Are" showed up with serious intent of eliminating humans from the face of the galaxy. After all the politics plays itself out, mankind - and the Marines - get serious and devise a plan to take some revenge. That's the best part of the book. The Marines, who are technologically the same as ants compared to "We Who Are", take the experiences they've gained from their friends made in the previous two books and use it to their advantage against "We Who Are" and make a great continuation story for the next book in the series, Star Strike (Inheritance Trilogy #1). If you like this series, take a look at "Paul Campbell's" series "The Lost Fleet". I'm sure you'll enjoy it.
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Pat:500,000 if captured and publicly executed Kenny:100,000 if killed
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Anyone want to go hunting? *her white ears twitched and she chest her dull gold pelt a few licks before padding off into the woods*